Media | Feeding America
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|LCA and Feeding America Logo
This is the logo that Lambda Chi Alpha uses to denote our partnership with Feeding America. This should be used on all publications by the chapter.
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This card can be handed out instead of bigger flyers and can have customized dates and pickup locations based on the chapter’s pickup and delivery.
|LCA and Feeding America Banner
This custom banner comes in two formats, with one saying “GIVE BACK” at the bottom.
Download “Give Back” Banner PDF
Download Short Banner PDF
|Table Tent Card
Designed for tables, this item folds in half and connects at the base to be a free-standing item.
An overview of all the resources provided by Lambda Chi and Feeding America to help High Thetas plan events.
Making a Difference on Collegiate Campuses
By Bill Farkas, Lambda Chi Alpha CEO
Watching college-aged men show others the value of serving those around them can change a person’s stereotype, perspective and even their life. This past summer I was able to inform over 500 undergraduate men that our organization, Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, has become a partner with Feeding America in the fight to end hunger.
The Role of Service
By Damon Holst, Philanthropy Chair, Elmhurst chapter
My name is Damon Holst, and I am the Philanthropy Chair for my Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity chapter at Elmhurst College, outside of Chicago. My passion for service and fostering community relationships has helped me maintain a sense of clarity and balance throughout my life. Because of this, I have found myself in this position, able to share my passion for service in leading my organization into a greater sense of community and worthiness through giving back and helping to better the lives of others.
My Experience with Lambda Chi Alpha and Feeding America
By Austin Craft, Philanthropy Chair, Ball State chapter
I am a junior Public Relations major and a brother of Lambda Chi Alpha’s Iota-Alpha chapter at Ball State University and I have a unique opportunity. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday I get to go work at our International Headquarters in Indianapolis. I have the privilege of not only working with my fellow undergraduate brothers at Ball State but with undergraduates across the country as well as with the Professional Staff at Lambda Chi Headquarters.
By Justin Friend, Lambda Chi Alpha Educational Leadership Consultant
I first started my fight to help cure hunger when I was a senior public relations major at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. It began as a required internship that happened to be unpaid at Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana, which is a part of the Feeding America network. At first I only saw it as a class credit and one step closer to graduation, but by the end, I would have never guessed the amazing endeavors I would get to be a part of. I was hired on as the Assistant of Fundraising and Development. My sole duties were public relations in nature, but I would plan and execute events that raised monetary and food donations, meet and grow relationships with many repeat donors, and contact media outlets to help promote organizations that were planning events to benefit the food bank. The food bank itself, was a state of the art facility that is the second largest in Indiana. It was growing in size and was on track to reach a goal of 13 million pounds of food distributed to the region’s 70,000 people that relied on the food bank to give them something to eat.
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