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COVID-19 Resources

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COVID-19 Assumption of the Risk Forms

With the potential exposure of COVID-19 to the general public, college campuses and within fraternal community living groups, please use the Assumption of Risk and Hold Harmless agreements by your house corporations and with members, volunteers, visitors, and contractors whenever such persons would enter the chapter facility or participate in chapter activities. The intent of these forms is to make individuals aware of and assume the risk of contracting COVID-19, and to hold harmless the fraternity from such risks. Below are James R. Favor & Company’s (JRFCo) proposed assumption of the risk forms. There are five versions of the proposed assumption of the risk forms (Chapter Facility Resident, Student Member, Volunteer, Contractor, and Visitor versions) each intended to have the same effect. The reason for the different versions is to help the users of the assumption of the risk forms pay attention to the many different types of relationships a chapter and the individual persons have. Users of the assumption of the risk forms should focus on having each assumption of the risk form executed by the proper persons at the right time. The executed assumption of the risk forms should be safely maintained by the appropriate chapter, house corporation, or General Fraternity designee and, if possible, also scanned and saved electronically.

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The Anchor Fund

The Anchor Fund is for deeply financially distressed brothers who have exhausted their options for financial support or are in immediate disaster situations and require basic necessities to get to the next day or week.

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A Virtual Lambda Chi Experience

Virtual Resources

We don’t know how long the period of uncertainty related to COVID-19 will last, but we do know that your leadership over the next few weeks will determine your chapter’s future when this period of uncertainty is over. Recommendations on how to continue your Lambda Chi experience virtually will come!

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Additional Resources


Talent Exchange is offered free of charge to members of Lambda Chi in the United States and Canada. This service provides AI based job matching for thousands of job openings.


PhiredUp Recruitment Resources


JED Foundation curated a list of resources and tips.

  • CDC Guidance on managing anxiety and stress caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
  • Message for Parents of College Students blog post from Dr. Laura Zapanta, professor at the University of Pittsburgh.
  • Suicide Prevention Hotline ‘quick-dial’ number: Dial 988


  • One Love Covid-19 Resources
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – The landing page for resources and updates on the coronavirus from the CDC.
  • Coronavirus Quick Reference Guide – Helpful summary of guidance from the CDC and WHO.
  • United Way – Many local United Way agencies are needing help with implementing local relief efforts. Also consider virtual volunteerism as another way to lend support to others.
  • Feeding America – Learn about how you can help during this pandemic.
    • Volunteerism – Volunteers are needed across the U.S. There is variation from food bank to food bank as to need and details. If interested, please contact the local food bank by visiting their website using the Feeding America food bank locator, https://www.feedingamerica.org/find-your-local-foodbank.
      • A prescreening call may be required for volunteers prior to helping at the food bank.
      • No one over age 60 may volunteer at this time and there are questions about wellness and recent travel, both internationally and within the U.S.
      • Distribution models have been adapted to protect employees at food banks and volunteers as well as the people we serve, so shift timing and procedures may be different than usual food bank hours and processes.
    • Giving – Donations can be made to support Feeding America and our network of 200 member food banks. Feeding America has set up a COVID-19 response, www.feedingamerica.org/coronavirus. If able, please consider giving to aid those in desperate need of food during this time.
    • Share – Please know that people in need of food assistance at this time, can use the food bank locator link above to find their local food bank and once they click on it, will see a tab labeled either, “Find Help” or “Find Food”. They can click on that, enter their zip code and get connected to a local agency (food pantry, soup kitchen, etc.) for services.


  • U-Haul is offering free self-storage for up to 30 days.
  • Avis is waiving underage fees for college students needing rental transportation to get home.
  • Comcast is offering expanded access to its Internet Essentials service.
  • Dorm Room Movers is offering free pickup for students who must vacate their campus.

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