Ole Miss Greeks Raise Funds, Awareness for 9/11 Victims

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Flags on the lawn of Kappa Delta sorority in honor of the men and women who died on September 11. (Photo by Kappa Delta)

The Alpha Tau Omega, Kappa Delta, Phi Delta Theta, and Delta Delta Delta have joined to raise money for Tuesday’s Children, which is an organization that assists families affected by 9/11 and terrorist attacks.

Members of Phi Delta Theta stand in honor of 9/11 victims. (Photo by Phi Delta Theta)

For every $1 donated, a small American Flag will be placed in the front yard of the houses as a memorial to those who died in the tragic terrorist attacks of September 11.
Formed in the aftermath of Tuesday, September 11, 2001, Tuesday’s Children is a response and recovery organization that supports youth, families, and communities impacted by terrorism and traumatic loss.

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Tri Delta Chapter joins fundraising efforts for 9/11 victims. (Photo by Delta, Delta, Delta)

Co-Chairs Dion Kevin and Matt Bolton are organizers of the event.

Kevin, a junior and Public Policy Leadership and Pre-Med major, says the flags serve as a poignant symbol of remembrance.

“I think it would be great if we made it a campus-wide event and got every Greek house involved,” Kevin said.

Kevin told HottyToddy.com 2977 flags are placed in the various yards in honor of the men and women who died on 9/11.

With three days left in the campaign, $1675.00 has been raised.

CLICK here to contribute to the 9/11 fundraiser.

By Russ Jones HottyToddy.com Editor-In-Chief. He may be reached at russ.jones@hottytoddy.com.

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