TAMPA – The brotherhood of Theta Chi Fraternity at the University of South Florida has established a partnership with Shriners Hospitals for Children in order to assist in raising awareness and fundraise to support this incredible organization.
In order to do this, Theta Chi at USF hosts an annual philanthropy called Singing for Shriners that will take place on the 14th of April, beginning at 7:00 pm at the USF Oval Theater located inside the Marshall Student Center.
“We are so excited to be putting on this philanthropy for the fourth year in a row,” said John Parks, Theta Chi’s Philanthropy Chairman. “Our partnership with the Shriners Hospitals for Children has grown tremendously over these past few years and our entire brotherhood has a deep love and respect for what they do.”
Shriners is greatly supported by donations from the community and the reason Theta Chi at USF feels drawn to host this philanthropy and what the Assisting Hand of Theta Chi represents. Shriners Hospitals for Children supports their respective communities by providing children up to the ages of 18 with the highest quality care possible regardless of his or her family’s ability to pay.
The entrance fee for the event is five dollars and the competition will consist of two rounds. In each round, each competing team will sing one song for a maximum of five minutes. The performances from each round will be scored by the judges and will be calculated at the end. The performances will be judged on a 1-5 scale where five is the highest score. There will also be shirts for sale at the event for 10 dollars.
The brotherhood of Theta Chi USF invites everyone to help in raising awareness for Shriners Hospitals for Children and asks you to participate in “Voicing Every Child’s Song”.
About Theta Chi at USF
The Iota Nu Chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity was installed at the USF on April 17th, 2010. Theta Chi Fraternity is a men’s collegiate fraternity that inspires and promotes leadership development, community service and a focus on academics to its membership. For more information about Theta Chi at USF, please follow us on social media or visit www.thetausf.org.