BGS Gives Back
Beta Gamma Sigma members have been bettering their communities in a variety of ways as part of BGS Gives Back.
Thanks to the generous support of KPMG we have extended our day of service to a year of service.
Despite busy schedules, active lives, and often serving as leaders within their communities, many BGS members regularly give back as volunteers. As Beta Gamma Sigma evolves into a more comprehensive society, values like service are becoming increasingly important to our future. The society's mission statement touches upon this concept of not only recognizing honor, wisdom, and earnestness, but also leadership and service.
Assist the BGS community in giving back to our global community by signing up for a local, regional or national initiative.
If you are interested in participating in BGS Gives Back and want to work with a particular alumni or collegiate chapter, make sure to reach out to your chapter advisor and ask what plans they have. If you’d like to do something on your own in support of the BGS Gives Back program, don’t forget to let us know. We’d love to highlight all the different ways BGS members are giving back to their communities and making a difference.
Chapters: Don’t forget to register for BGS Gives Back through the below form. Participation in BGS Gives Back will earn your Collegiate Chapter 10 engagement points towards your Honor Roll Status.
If you are a Chapter Advisor, or an individual member looking for service opportunities in your area, start at one of these sites, all you need is your zip code:
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