Mission of alpha Kappa Delta Phi's Breast Cancer Awareness
To raise funds on a national level to contribute to a non-profit organization dedicated to eradicating breast cancer.
To dedicate at least one service event per quarter to Breast Cancer Awareness in October.
In 1998, alpha Kappa Delta Phi launched its first-ever National Service project. Through our 22 chapter effort, we dedicated the year of 1998-99 to Breast Cancer Awareness by educating ourselves, our college campuses, and our communities. Through the efforts of our active sisters and alumnae, we have raised over $250,000 throughout the years for breast cancer research. In addition to raising funds, awareness is spread on all our campus communities through service projects, workshops, informational booths, or forums.
MR. PINK PAGEANT
Come watch both IFC and USFC fraternities compete to be our chapter's Mr. Pink! Gain more votes for your fraternity throughout the week by participating in
activities in the UU.
SMASH FOR A CURE
A collaboration with our university's very own SMASH club! Attendees compete to see who is the best Super Smash Bro player at Cal Poly while helping fundraise for breast cancer awareness.