Pi Phi's Gabby Gagliano (MC 18), Amanda Keller (MC 17), and Logan Manning (MC 18) are apart of UGA Red Hotz. Amanda Keller says, "Red Hotz has given me an opportunity to continue to dance at the collegiate level, and represent UGA at National Dance Alliance’s dance competition. It’s given me an outlet to do what I love and has introduced me to an amazing team."
Jessy Tallant (MC '17) is involved in Shop with a Bulldawg (SWAB), a student-run nonprofit at UGA. "Our mission is to celebrate the value of community, the excitement of the holidays, and the children of Athens. We do this by having an event day each year where children from the Athens community are paired with UGA student mentors to go shopping for holidays gifts their families might not be able to afford. This year I have the awesome opportunity to serve as Executive Director during the 10th year of our organization. I'm also so happy that we have Pi Phi's involved at every level of SWAB!" Jessy, thank you for all that you do for the Athens community!
Our sweet Margaret Timberlake (on the bottom right) (MC'18) is super involved in HEROs! HEROs is a club on campus that raises money and provides support for children infected and affected by HIV/AIDs in surrounding communities. Margaret says, "Being on child relations committee for HEROs gives me a sense of satisfaction. I feel like I am doing something good for not only other people, but for myself. I am so thankful for an opportunity to work with these kids and an incredible group of club members."
Allison Pond (on the right) (MC'17) tells us that, “UGA Miracle is an organization that raises funds and awareness for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. I am so fortunate to serve on this year’s executive board as the Events Co-Chair where I plan all our events throughout the year, including our 24-hour Dance Marathon. Miracle has been the most inspiring thing I have gotten involved with at UGA and it is so rewarding to get to give back to others along with my sisters who come to Dance Marathon each year as a part of the Pi Phi team!” Way to go Allison!