Phi Gamma's Local Philanthropy:
Johns Hopkins Children Center
Founded in 1912 as the children's hospital of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, the Johns Hopkins Children's center offers one of the most comprehensive pediatric medical programs in the country, from performing emergency trauma surgery, to finding causes of and treatments for childhood cancers, to delivering a child's good bill of health. With recognized Centers of Excellence in 20 pediatric sub-specialties including cardiology, transplant, psychiatric illnesses and genetic disorders, the Children's Center physicians, nurses and staff provide compassionate care to more than 90,000 children each year.
Believing in the betterment of society through helping others, Phi Mu named Children's Network Hospitals as its national philanthropy. Since 1986, Phi Mu has raised over 7 million dollars for CMNH. Locally the Phi Gamma chapters lends help to others through our fundraisers, such as our Teeter-Totter-A-Thon or Kickball Tournament. Phi Mu sisters also visit our local CMN hospital, bringing presents for the kids and spending time with them during their hospital stay.
Be sure to visit our Philanthropy Photo Album to check out pictures from past events.