The 18 member fraternities of IFC and the council as a whole are committed to serving the community in which we reside and having a lasting impact on the lives of those who need help.
Every Spring, the Interfraternity Council puts on the IFC Golf Tournament to raise money for various non-profit organizations. In 2014, IFC hosted the tournament at Briarcrest Country Club and donated all of the proceeds from the event to the families of the victims of the Fort Hood shootings. Overall, the men of IFC raised $2,500 which was given to promote the efforts of Operation Homefront and its Emergency Tragedy Fund.
Hosted by Greek Life and planned by IFC LEAD, Cook Out for Cops benefits the Bryan/College Station Police Departments. All funds raised are donated to the departments to help fund their current equipment needs. This past 2017 Spring semester, IFC raised funds to help buy new and improved bullet-proof vests for the departments.
Our annual Fall philanthropy benefitting the Movember Foundation. Movember is a mustache growing competition between all of the Fraternities at Texas A&M, which raises awareness for men's health issues. In 2015, IFC generated $9,382 in charitable contributions throughout the month. Support our men as they compete to grow the best mustaches and fundraise during the month of November.