Service Events

SERVICE: Charlottesville Parks & Recreation

Our active house recently had the opportunity to lend a hand in building Charlottesville’s community! Our local Parks and Recreation recently acquired 7 acres of land, and we were fortunate enough to help prepare it for use as a park. After dragging out quite a few inexplicably placed tires and devining plenty of trees, we…


And we’re back, with the first service event of the semester! The Haven is a shelter for the less fortunate, providing housing and food; we were fortunate enough to have the opportunity to help out and prepare the garden for the next harvest. With 400 pounds of potatoes produced in the last year alone, we…

A busy week! [Recap,10/14-10/21]

A week ago, we entertained our alumni for alumni weekend! Charters Vivek “Kick My Dog” Taneja and Yuan “Shakira” Ren, Alpha Kevin “Pho Foot Tall” Nguyen, and Delta Andrew “Minindian” Jagnarian managed to come down for weekend festivities, reminiscing on their college days with a tailgate & football game (tickets courtesy of the active house)…

Service: “Walk to the End”!

Today, early in the morning, our active house made a trip downtown to do volunteer work for the annual “Walk to the End” Alzheimer’s walk. It was a small part of our day, but we’re glad we had the chance to step up, take a break from school, and do some good for our community.

Bone Marrow Drive

Lambda Phi Epsilon would like to thank everyone who made the Be The Match Bone Marrow drive on 2/29 a success, especially those who came out to register for marrow donation. If you are interested in further Be The Match events, please visit their website at

Fall Semester Recap

So what have the brothers been up to fall semester? Some of us danced. Some of us traveled to visit other chapters. Much thanks to Duke for hosting JA Retreat this semester. Some of us were up way too late. But in the end, Fraternity Life is all about the Brotherhood. Lambdas volunteer. Thanks to…

Volunteering with MGC

Last week, six brothers from the University of Virginia Lambda Phi Epsilon chapter participated in a service event, organized by the executive board of the MGC, the Multicultural Greek Council.  Sisters from alpha Kappa Delta Phi and sisters from Sigma Psi Zeta, the two Asian-interest sororities of UVA also came out and participated alongside the…

Service Project @ Ronald McDonald

Earlier today, the brothers of Lambda Phi Epsilon lent a helping hand to the Ronald McDonald House of Charlottesville.  It was a beautiful day outside and the brothers aided with some of the yard work that needed to be done around the house.  Most of the brothers helped carry and spread mulch around the backyard…

Greek Philanthropy Dinner

Wednesday night, Nathan “Admiral Jackbar” Park and Brian “Last Place” Truong, the chapter President and Service Chair (respectively) attended the Student Council Public Service Committee- sponsored “Greek Philanthropy Dinner.”  There, Nathan and Brian were able to meet and mingle with various members of fraternities and sororities from all of the different Greek Councils on Grounds….

Volunteering with Ronald McDonald House

The Ronald McDonald House of Charlottesville is the result of community concern for out-of-town low-income families who have children as patients in Charlottesville’s hospitals.  The House was established to provide lodging and care while the families acquire treatment for their children.  It thrives through involvement by members of the community, student volunteers, and local organizations….