Alpha Delta Pi's national philanthropy is the Ronald McDonald House Charity (RMHC). The Gamma Gamma chapter specifically serves the Ronald McDonald House in Tampa, Florida where we help provide a "home away from home" for the families of children undergoing treatment in the Tampa area. Our House allows parents to break away from the hospital environment, have the support of other families, and ease some of the stress associated with their child's illness. It is a place where families can feel at home, cook their meals, watch TV, read, do their laundry, and enjoy the comfort of a warm and friendly environment. Click here to learn more about the Ronald McDonald House Charity.
Our secondary philanthropy is the Max Gruver Foundation. This foundation, started in loving memory of Max Gruver, is a non-profit organization that aims to prevent hazing-related deaths on college campuses. Max Gruver's mother, Rae Ann Gruver, is an Alpha Delta Pi sister from the Zeta Nu chapter at Clemson. The Gamma Gamma chapter stands firmly against hazing of any sort and helps spread awareness and raise funds to support the foundation. Click here to learn more about the Max Gruver Foundation.