The newest Phi Mu pledge class raised $1,300 for Vanderbilt’s Children Hospital in less than one week, breaking the chapter record.
Every year, the new pledges raise money to buy toys for hospital patients. The toys are used during physical therapy sessions to encourage the children to keep going and to help them feel more at home.
The 38 new pledges delivered the toys to the hospital and were taken on a tour of the hospital to see the impact the toys make. They also visited Ansley, a little girl with a rare form of cancer. This weekend, the entire Phi Mu chapter will participate in a 5K walk/run to raise money for Ansley’s treatment.