Below are ways to support the Alpha Epsilon Pi Foundation. No matter how – or how much – you give, your support will make a difference in developing tomorrow’s Jewish leaders.
DONATE – To make a donation to the AEPi Foundation, click here. Our Annual Giving Societies provide opportunities for recognition for all levels of support from our Supreme Masters Circle, recognizing annual gifts of $25,000 or more, to our Builders of AEPi society, recognizing annual gifts of $180.
CHECK – Charitable donations via check should be made out to the AEPi Foundation and mailed to
AEPi Foundation 8815 Wesleyan Road Indianapolis, IN 46268
A GIFT OF STOCK – Learn more about donating or transferring a gift of stock to the AEPi Foundation.
PLANNED GIVING – Brothers interested in a planned giving program or a donation of stock or other assets should contact AEPi Foundation Managing Director Jay Feldman.
The Alpha Epsilon Pi Foundation promotes the values of the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity through leadership development, partnerships with educational and Jewish communal organizations, and provision of scholarships, financial support and programming for the betterment of AEPi brothers, their campuses or their community.
Generous alumni and undergraduate members, parents, private philanthropists and foundations, and other “Friends of AEPi” support the AEPi experience through the Foundation. This is done by providing:
The AEPi Foundation provides grants to chapters for such activities as co-hosting a Shabbat dinner with other campus organizations such as the local Hillel or Chabad. Undergraduate and alumni brothers are also recognized with several awards presented annually for campus, Jewish or community leadership.
Included among those awards is the Gitelson Medallion, presented to undergraduate and alumni brothers who have excelled in the area of Jewish communal service. The Medallion is presented in memory of the scholarship and communal activity of Nehemiah Gitelson, Talmudic scholar and father of M. Leo Gitelson, a 1921 graduate of New York University.