Take The Challenge

On November 7, AEPi celebrates its long history of Brotherhood and leadership in the Jewish community. Since our founding in 1913, AEPi has been providing opportunities for the Jewish college man to find the best possible college and fraternity experience. Founders Day is a time to reflect on our fraternity’s history, and look ahead to its future.

The Founders Day challenge allows our Brothers, alumni, and friends of the fraternity an opportunity to express why they support AEPi, and challenge others to do the same. As we continue to emerge out of the global COVID-19 pandemic, your support is of paramount importance.

Your gift of $19.13 or more, in honor of your favorite chapter or colony, will help us reach our $100,000 Founders Day Challenge goal for 2022. Online donations are quick and easy using our secure credit card system. Click the donate button now to support AEPi, and thank you for taking the #FoundersDayChallenge!

Challenge YOur brothers

Use the #FoundersDayChallenge hashtag on social media and tell your followers why you give to AEPi. 
Use our key phrase on social media: “I took the #FoundersDayChallenge because ______.” 
Tag your Brothers as a challenge for them to do the same. 

chapter leader board

Thanks to our generous supporters, we've raised $107,389.05 for the AEPi Foundation through our Founders Day Challenge!


Top 10 Chapters By Total Raised

Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo$10,300.00
Arizona State University$10,019.70
Binghamton University$7,306.50
University of Illinois - Urbana/Champaign$6,231.50
Tulane University$5,000.00
Indiana University$1,854.00
Northwestern University$1,819.70
Columbia University$1,800.00
Vanderbilt University$1,606.80
Georgia Institute of Technology$1,526.83

Top 10 Chapters By Total Gifts

Vanderbilt University4
University of Illinois - Urbana/Champaign3
University of Pennsylvania3
University of Central Florida3
Binghamton University2
Michigan State University2
University of Alabama2
University of Delaware2
Northwestern University2
University of Houston2