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 our many BGS Chapters for taking the time to serve in their communities!

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.

If you have any questions about BGS Gives Back or would like more ideas for service opportunities, please contact

If you are a Chapter Advisor or an individual member looking for service opportunities in your area, try one of the organizations listed below: 



Beta Gamma Sigma has partnered with Junior Achievement (JA) to make it even easier for our members to give back. JA is the nation’s largest organization dedicated to increasing the knowledge and skills of youth for their academic and economic success. There are a variety of JA programs available that teach students from kindergarten through high school important real-world concepts in financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and work readiness.


Across the globe, United Way volunteer efforts target education, financial stability and health, because those are cornerstones of individual and collective success. United Way provides localized volunteer opportunities on their website.


(ANY) was founded on the belief that socio-economic status should not be a barrier to college persistence and career success. The ANY Fellows Program is a two-year mentorship and career development program for high-achieving, low-income, first-generation college students. 

We are currently looking for volunteers to mentor our amazing students:

The application takes no more than 10 minutes to complete and can be accessed here.


Learn more about the many different ways you can support our students


Please contact our Partnership and Volunteer Engagement Manager Preethi Varma with any questions:



Volunteers of America has a number of programs that individuals can volunteer for locally. They have 33 offices covering 46 states and the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. To see volunteer opportunities in your area, please visit the website of the local office in your state.


IAVE exists to promote, strengthen and celebrate volunteering in all of the myriad ways it happens throughout the world. With members in 70+ countries, they are the connective tissue of a global network of leaders of volunteering, NGOs, businesses and volunteer centers that share a belief in the power of volunteers to make a significant strategic contribution to resolving the world’s most pressing problems.

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.