Our chapter raises thousands of dollars each year to benefit our national philanthropy, Service for Sight. At our yearly fundraising event, Anchor Splash, teams of students from various campus organizations compete in water activities at our Boilermaker Aquatic Center, each team coached by a Delta Gamma. We also hold various other events leading up to Anchor Splash, one of which includes "Sweet Tea with DG," where we sell sweet tea and lemonade on our front porch. These events not only raise money for our philanthropy, but also allow us to have fun with our sisters and other members of the Purdue community. Every year many of our sisters participate in the Vision Walk supporting Foundation Fighting Blindness. This takes place in Indianapolis, and allows our sisters to meet others passionate about finding a cure for blindness.
Outside of our foundation, many sisters volunteer throughout the Purdue community and their own communities. A group of women travel to the local retirement home for Bingo and other activities. We collect box tops to benefit the local schools. Many women are involved with a variety of different service organizations throughout our community.
We participate in a many other Greek chapters' philanthropies, as well.