The House Corporation Board consists of alumnae who volunteer their time to the care and maintenance of the Alpha Lambda Chapter House.
Invest in the future of Alpha Chi Omega
The Alpha Lambda chapter at the University of Minnesota has grown immensely in the last few years, now at over 140 members. There has also been such a great interest in living in that over 50 women are living in this year. Thanks to the additional revenue from a growing chapter and support of our generous alumni, we have been able to take on significant remodeling projects the last two summers. First, we completed the kitchen/dining room and this summer, we were able to finish the rest of the first floor. These have been a huge improvement in the look of the space, but also the functionality for the growing chapter! You can follow us on Instagram to see the updated spaces.
Upcoming projects that we hope to take on, depending on funding and the bandwidth of our board, include: lower level, study lounge (or the PJ lounge as some of you might know it), front stairwell, bedrooms and the 2nd and 3rd floor bathrooms. There is never a shortage of projects with a 50+ year old home!
We always appreciate the support of our alumnae.
We can take donations online or by mail to: c/o Erin Brudvik, 3131 Excelsior Blvd #302, Minneapolis, MN 55416.
Carnation Contributor Up to $50
Pearl Contributor $50 to $99
Scarlet & Olive Contributor $100 to $149
Golden Lyre Contributor $150+
Gifts or contributions to the Alpha Lambda House Corporation are not tax deductible as charitable contributions on your Federal Income Taxes.
Want to get involved? We are actively seeking new members to join the Alpha Lambda House Corp Board. We value our board’s diversity in age, background and project interests. We try to split up projects amongst the board, so people are able to take one what they have the capacity for. Meetings are the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm at the chapter house. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in joining our group!
Graphic by McKenzie Ross