We use shared experiences to support people with disabilities and develop the men of Pi Kappa Phi into servant leaders.
Create a community, one relationship at a time, where the abilities of all people are recognized and valued.
Nationally, Pi Kappa Phi supports its own nonprofit organization, The Abililty Experience. Two core events are Build America, which constructs recreation equipment serving the disability community, and the Journey of Hope (JOH), a cross-country bicycle trek. Starting from San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Seattle, all three JOH teams end together in Washington, D.C. At each stop, teams visit local groups supporting people with disabilities.
To provide a rich learning environment to all children regardless of race, income, or disability status.
Locally, our chapter also supports Integrated Behavioral Technologies, Inc. (IBT) through events and fundraising. IBT supports families of children with an Austism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or other developmental disabilities. In 2016, Pi Kappa Phi has hosted an Easter Egg Hunt for the children at our chapter house, gave a portion of the funds raised by our War of the Roses, and assisted with a 5K.