Zeta Beta Tau at CU Makes Miracles

The Zeta Beta Tau chapter at the University of Colorado handed over a donation of $2,214.24 to Children’s Miracle Network on Monday.

Buffbowl, a flag football tournament between all of the University of Colorado fraternities helped to raise the funds and awareness for a great cause. The tournament was held Halloween weekend and the chapter has been working diligently since, raising additional funds from parents and alumni.

Molly Oliver, Children’s Miracle Network Coordinator, was on hand to talk about the organization and receive the funds. With an initial $1,000 goal, Molly stated, “I was shocked to see the final amount.”

Thank you to all of our great supporters and congratulations to Sigma Alpha Epsilon for another Buffbowl victory.

Children’s Miracle Network is the fundraising and awareness arm of more than 170 children’s hospitals.

The ZBT chapter also placed first in this year’s Chi O Karaoke while raising $1,967 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
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