In media and conversations today, fraternities are often painted in a negative light for incidences related to sexual assault, alcohol consumption, and poor fashion choices (the male romper–need I say more?). However, Delta Sigma Phi has defied the public’s current negative connotation associated with fraternities.
100% of members in this fraternity have pledged to download the revolutionary application, Ulzi, a tool to prevent sexual assault.
This organization of caring community members raced to support a tool that allows them to aid in preventing sexual assault. Ulzi is a free community-based safety app that helps keep everyone safe through crowdsourced safety. By having each member of this fraternity commit to such an application, the chapter overwhelmingly demonstrated their stance against sexual assault and their commitment to keeping their community safer for everyone.
“Better men, better lives.”
More about Cal Poly’s Delta Sigma Phi:
- In 2016, they raised $3,740 for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation in their first “Buckets for Breast Cancer” philanthropy event.
- In 2017, they raised $17,510 for BCRF in their second annual “Buckets for Breast Cancer” event.
- In fall quarter 2017, they raised $1,000 for the LEMO Foundation, a nonprofit organization that educates and inspires at-risk youth to unleash their potential in academics, athletics, and life skills.
- They held a Thanksgiving food drive and donated all food to the Food Bank Coalition of San Luis Obispo.
Congratulations to every member of Cal Poly’s Delta Sigma Phi for being one of the first organizations to take this step in fighting sexual assault. With support from people like you, Ulzi will be able to find solutions, decrease sexual assault statistics, and help YOU be the change in your communities.