Chapter Philanthropy

The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation

The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation was formed in 2015 with the mission of Kids Helping Kids Fight Cancer. The organization works to fight children's cancer through family assistance, research, and advocacy. As a cofounder of the Coalition Against Childhood Cancer and member of the Alliance for Childhood Cancer, the B+ Foundation is the largest provider of financial assistance to  families of kids with cancer in the country and has helped to fund children's cancer research at many top institutions including St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Dana-Farber/Harvard Medical Center, and Seattle Children's Hospital.

Alabama Adopt A Mile Program

The Alabama Adopt A Mile Program is run by Alabama People Against a Littered State and the Alabama Department of Transportation. As of 2021, Alpha Epsilon Pi Iota Deuteron adopted Miles 51 and 52 of McFarland Boulevard. Through the Adopt A Mile Program, we work to help keep this stretch of road free from littering with the aim of enhancing the beauty of Alabama.

Alpha Epsilon Pi Official Philanthropies

The Alpha Epsilon Pi Official Philanthropy Program (OPP) is committed to supporting Jewish causes to reinforce the Jewish ideal of Tikkun Olam - repairing the world. As an international fraternity, we recognize the role the Jewish people around the world have played in shaping our brothers’ lives. Through our philanthropic endeavors, Alpha Epsilon Pi strives to give back to the Jewish community using the Repair the World Fund to benefit organizations around the world. We aim to give back through the OPP and foster the development of our brothers into responsible citizens as they become the Jewish leaders of tomorrow.

Helping Hands
Current Beneficiaries - Repair The World Fund

The Jaffa Institute was established in 1982 by Dr. David Portowicz and Col. Ze'ev (Zonik) Shaham as a private, non-profit, multi-service social agency to assist the city of Jaffa’s severely disadvantaged children and their families. Their mission is to provide educational, nutritional, therapeutic, and social enrichment programs that assist children in developing positive attitudes and skills to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty in the impoverished communities of Jaffa, South Tel Aviv, and Bat Yam in Israel.

United Hatzalah of Israel is the largest independent, non-profit, fully volunteer Emergency Medical Service organization that provides the fastest and free emergency medical first response throughout Israel. United Hatzalah’s service is available to all people regardless of race, religion, or national origin. United Hatzalah has more than 6,000 volunteers around the country, available around the clock – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.  Their mission is to arrive at the scene of medical emergencies as soon as possible and provide the patient with professional and appropriate medical aid until an ambulance arrives, resulting in many more lives saved.


Israel Cancer Research Fund (ICRF) is a nationwide charitable organization that receives its total income from private donations. ICRF was founded in 1975 by a group of American and Canadian researchers, oncologists, and lay people determined to harness Israel's educational and scientific resources in the fight against cancer. Its initial purpose was to stem the "brain drain" of Israeli researchers by providing funds for postdoctoral fellowships for young Ph.D.'s. ICRF is the only U.S.-based charity solely devoted to supporting cancer research in Israel.