75% of all money Eta Chi raises goes directly to Kinderfrogs and has helped build new playground equipment, support teacher activities, improve the learning environment for these incredible children.
The KinderFrogs School is an early childhood education program that addresses Texas
Christian University’s mission to provide research, training and service. The program predominantly serves young children with disabilities, but also includes children who do not have disabilities. Approximately 30 children and their families are
served at the KinderFrogs School annually.
The Ability Experience is Pi Kappa Phi's national philanthropy. In addition to the work Pi Kapp at TCU does with the Kinderfrogs, they prove to be one of the most successful fundraising chapters nationwide for The Ability Experience. This year's efforts made Eta Chi the top fundraising chapter in the country for Pi Kappa Phi, as the Alpha Epsilon Class raised $31,076 in a single day.
Our contributions to the Ability Experience occur a number of ways:
- The Ability Experience Day: New members are encouraged to share the mission of The Ability Experience and recruit friends, family, and neighbors to be a part of the effort.
- The Ability Experience Week: During the Fall Semester, Eta Chi hosts the largest Greek Philanthropy fundraising event held at TCU. Sororities compete in various events including a skit performance and t-shirt sale contest. The events of the week raise awareness for The Ability Experience and the people whom the philanthropy seeks to assist.
- Alumni Donation: Our graduated members remain passionate about the philanthropy they served during their time as an Active Member. Many choose to continue their assistance through donation once they have moved on.
Please click the image of the Ability Experience to learn more about its history and other national events.