2016 donor impact: 6.8% more undergraduates participated in leadership development.
It is with deep appreciation and gratitude that we present the 2016 Annual Report. In 2016, the Phi Delta Theta Foundation continued its momentum by receiving $2.5 million from students, alumni, parents, and friends of the Fraternity from 3,411 donors. Thank you to our donors who are moving us forward at an unprecedented rate.
Here are some key results from your generosity that have made Phi Delt stronger:
- A 6.8% increase in number of undergraduates who attended in-person leadership development conferences.
- Honors College of Leadership welcomed 50 Whole Man Scholars.
- An 11% increase in educational grants to the Fraternity from the Foundation which gave the Fraternity more resources with which to grow chapter support.
- $214,227 awarded in scholarships and fellowships to undergraduate and graduate members.
- Phi Delta Theta Foundation assets ranked #4 of all fraternities.
Nothing is more vital to the growth of the Foundation than to recognize those who faithfully give of their time, talents and funds because they believe in the work of the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. Thank you!
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A message of gratitude from the president and the highlights of progress made in 2016.
A comprehensive honor roll of all donors to the Phi Delta Theta Foundation in 2016, listed by chapter, individual, foundation and corporation.
The Trustees Roundtable recognizes those Phis and friends who give at least $1,000 to the Phi Delta Theta Foundation in a calendar year. A select group of 372, the generosity of these donors accounted for 80% of total dollars given to the Phi Delta Theta Foundation in 2016.
Undergraduate giving boldly moved forward in 2016 by raising $43,082 in support of the Phi Delt Fund. This was accomplished through matching gifts from Brother Philip Bartels, Cornell ’71, Brother John Scovell, Texas Tech ’68, Brother Phillip Cobb, Ohio State ’66 and the gifts from 893 undergraduates.
The Living Bond Society acknowledges those who have informed the Phi Delta Theta Foundation of a planned gift or bequest in their will which directs a gift to the Foundation. Gifts to the Foundation are deductible for estate tax purposes and are an effective, lasting way to provide for the future of Phi Delta Theta. Members of the Living Bond Society are presented with a lapel pin and certificate recognizing their generosity.
A listing of gifts made to the Phi Delta Theta Foundation in honor of a Phi, a friend, a family member or group of people. The honoree, university and class year (if applicable) are named first, followed by the name of the donor(s).
A listing of gifts made to the Phi Delta Theta Foundation in memory of a Phi, a friend, a family member or group of people. The honoree, university and class year (if applicable) are named first, followed by the name of the donor(s).
Consecutive Giving — the hallmark of support. Recognition of the brothers who have given at least one gift per year for the last 30 years. Thank you, brothers, for your loyalty and commitment to Phi Delta Theta. You exemplify our motto, “One Man Is No Man.”
If the Phi Delta Theta Foundation had a “Giving Hall of Fame,” the following one hundred seventy three (173) men would be the inductees. They are our most frequent donors. Each has made 59 or more gifts, of various sizes, to the Foundation. All totaled, their gifts number 17,384!
A listing of the Top 10 giving by state and chapter.
A listing of the charitable foundations that were directed by generous philanthropists to send contributions to the Phi Delta Theta Foundation in 2016 on their behalf. We greatly appreciate all persons who have a hand in making this type of gift possible.
A comprehensive list of the companies that matched the generosity of their employees. The Foundation is doubly grateful to these employee donors and their employers. The total given by these corporations in 2016 was $30,182.