Eta Kappa Education Fund

Eta Kappa Education Fund

Introducing Eta Kappa Education Fund

Now is the time to remember what Sigma Chi gave to us and what it holds for many future generations at Missouri State University.

Join Eta Kappa Alumni, undergraduate parents, and friends of our Chapter as we take the next step toward building a successful future for Sigma Chi at Missouri State.

We’re proud to announce the launch of the Eta Kappa Education Fund, a Missouri Public Benefit Corporation that is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a Public Charity.

The new Eta Kappa Education Fund will soon become the primary financial support resource for Eta Kappa Chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity.

How it Works

The Internal Revenue Service has confirmed that the Eta Kappa Education Fund is exempt from income tax under IRS Code 501 (c) (3). Donors can deduct contributions they make to Eta Kappa Education Fund under IRS Section 170.

This Charitable Organization is managed by a three person Board of Directors serving as volunteers with no compensation. The Board of Directors has full authority to supervise, control, direct, and manage the property and affairs of the Corporation.

This new Fund will be used across a range of support activities for Eta Kappa in keeping with the guidelines set forth by IRS charitable organizations—any form of support that qualifies as enhancing the education of Sigma Chi students at Missouri State, scholarships, grants, loans for education related improvements to the chapter house, Sigma Chi sponsored leadership programs, and much more.

Making Your Contribution

You can make your contribution to the fund in three different ways. Visit our DONATE PAGE for more information.

All check and credit or debit card contributions made to the Eta Kappa Education Fund will be direct deposited to the Bank of Bolivar in Springfield, Missouri, the exclusive direct depository service for the Fund. Those wishing to direct funds from trusts, estate planning, or wills can direct those funds to the Eta Kappa Education Fund as well.

The first year goal for fund raising is $80,000. There are over 900 Eta Kappa Chapter initiates on the Roll Book, so if one-half of those Brothers contribute an average $180, we would exceed our first year’s goal.

The IRS letter confirming the tax exempt status for contributions to the Eta Kappa Education Fund can be viewed HERE.

Step up and make a commitment to your Chapter and celebrate our Sigma Chi Brotherhood—make your tax deductible donation to Eta Kappa Education Fund to get our brighter future underway.




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