Community Service Committee


The Community Service Committee reports to the Community Service Chairman. Its purpose is assist with planning and coordinating philanthropy events and service projects for the chapter’s participation.

Why have a committee?

  • A small group is able to work more rapidly, meet more easily, and discuss issues more effectively.
  • Members are chosen for their expertise, ability and interest in the committee’s function.
  • Committee membership provides excellent leadership training experience.
  • Committees get the entire chapter involved in fraternity affairs.
  • A committee allows the Chairman to adequately delegate responsibilities to ensure smooth operations.

Functions of the Community Service Committee:

  • Facilitate the development of chapter goals and objectives and execute tasks to achieve them.
  • Plan, coordinate, and evaluate all service projects.
  • Ensure service projects operate effectively and provide a positive experience for members and the benefactors.
  • Serve as chapter role models by actively participating in service activities.
  • Help educate the chapter about the Hole in the Wall Gang Camps and other charitable organizations.
  • Maintain a recognition and awards program as an incentive for active volunteer service.
  • Promote Phi Kappa Tau’s leadership in service through positive public relations efforts.
  • Positively represent the Fraternity to charitable organizations and community agencies.

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