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The purpose of the Centennial Capital Campaign is to preserve a place that is meaningful to all of us--219 S. 36th St. and Phi Phi Chapter.

To date, just a fraction of our members have voted with their dollars to help us renovate the chapter house to ensure it remains competitive with other campus fraternities and is positioned to prosper at Penn for the next 100 years.

Twenty-one percent of Phi Phi brothers have proven that they believe in the future of our chapter by financially supporting the campaign. To those of you who have not yet shown your support, there’s no better time than now to pay it forward for your own AXP experience—an experience that undoubtedly shaped your life, in some small way. Whether you met your spouse thanks to AXP, landed a job via our Phi Phi network, gained lifelong friendships through our brotherhood, or simply made countless unforgettable memories, AXP somehow still plays a role in your life today.

You don’t have to make a big investment to make a big difference. As you can see from the numbers below, even a small gift can impact our fundraising efforts. But a gift at our highest level of $10,000 breaks down to just $5.74 a day over five years—cheaper than the cost of lunch or a gourmet coffee drink. Can you find it in your budget to allocate a few dollars to the place that has given so much to you?

If you have specific questions about the campaign, our plans to preserve the house, or other fraternity-related items, please don’t hesitate to contact us at any time. We look forward to working together with you to sustain our longstanding legacy for the next 100 years.

Click here to make your gift or pledge.

By the Numbers

Largest Gift

Smallest Gift

Average Gift

1947 (x3)
Graduation Year of Oldest Donor

Graduation Year of Youngest Donor

Graduating Class with the Most Donors (12)

Number of gifts/pledges made from brothers outside the US

Number of living Phi Phi alumni

Number of Phi Phi alumni who have supported the Centennial Capital Campaign

Raised to Date


John Hawkins ’93

Jordan Gushurst '95

Pete Sigmund '51

Suresh Swaminathan '04