Roadshow Presents
  • Tau Cuts 2018
    ATO Walks Hard is a one hundred and sixty mile, eight day walk from Traverse City, Michigan, to the Allendale Campus of Grand Valley State University.

    Twenty men from the Grand Valley State Chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity gave up their spring break to raise funds and awareness for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

    This is their sixth year doing the... Read More

  • Walks Hard 2018
    ATO Walks Hard is a one hundred and sixty mile, eight day walk from Traverse City, Michigan, to the Allendale Campus of Grand Valley State University.

    Twenty men from the Grand Valley State Chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity gave up their spring break to raise funds and awareness for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

    This is their sixth year doing the... Read More

  • Battle of the Buffalo: University of Alabama in Huntsville

    When their Brother Paul Salmon passed away from Acute Myeloid Leukemia, the Theta Pi chapter of Alpha Tau Omega decided to dedicate their service to his memory, and something that he was passionate about. 

     

    Chicken Wings. 

     

    Every... Read More


  • Activity Day: Cincinnati

    On Nov. 9, the Delta Lambda chapter at the University of Cincinnati hosted its third annual Activity Day signature event.

    The event saw about 100 volunteers show up to spend the day with approximately 200 children from the Cincinnati area. The chapter provided a day of games, competitions, bounce houses, sports and face painting among many other activities for the children.

    “We specifically partner... Read More


  • Feed My Starving Children MobilePack: Illinois

    On Sept. 25, the Gamma Zeta chapter at the University of Illinois hosted its first Feed My Children MobilePack signature event.

    The event saw more than 500 volunteers show up for more than four hours of packing meals. The chapter raised $25,000 to host the event which helped provide 100,000 meals for starving children.

    “Mobile packing events are sometimes smaller, but we wanted to make this on a larger scale... Read More


  • Wiping Out Kids Cancer: Texas Arlington

    On April 22, the Kappa Alpha chapter at the University of Texas at Arlington hosted its fourth annual Crawfest.

    The event saw more than 250 attendees come out for a day of crawfish, live bands, inflatables and carnival games. All proceeds went to Wipe Out Kids' Cancer (WOKC) — a Dallas-based non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds and awareness for pediatric cancer research. 

    "Pediatric cancer doesn't really affect college kids... Read More