From Monday, April 15th to Saturday, April 20th, our chapter engages in our biggest philanthropic event. Each day during the week, we host a variety of different fundraisers. In the past, we have held a car wash, hosted bake sales on the University of Illinois Quad, pie-d professors and members, sold pizza to students, and much more! These events culminate in our biggest celebration of the year - the Miracles in May Charity Banquet. We celebrate the money we have raised throughout the school year and host a Miracles Family from our very own HSHS St. John’s Children’s Hospital to share their story. During the banquet, we hold a silent auction. In 2017, we raised over $5,000 in just a few hours. This year's theme is “Movies and Miracles Magic.”
IL-Beta is incredibly passionate about the work that we do with the Children’s Miracle Network and we could not be more excited for this semester!
Movies and Miracles Magic Banquet
To attend the Movies and Miracles Banquet, there are two ways to purchase tickets.
Please contact Rohith Balusu and send your payment to the following address:
508 E. Healey St. Apt. 314
ATTN: Rohith Balusu
Champaign, IL 61820
(Please makes checks payable to Phi Delta Epsilon)
If you are paying via cash or check, the prices for the banquet are as follows.
Student: PhiDE Member - $25
Student: Non-Member: $35
Non-Student Single: $40
Non-Student Couple: $65
Please visit our Webstore to purchase tickets via PayPal. Please note that the prices are slightly different due to a processing fee.
The deadline to RSVP is April 13th, 2019. If you are paying via cash/check, you will receive a ticket as confirmation. If you are paying via PayPal, you will receive an e-mail confirmation. Please present the appropriate confirmation at the banquet's check-in. If you have any questions, please contact Rohith Balusu at email@example.com!
We look forward to spending the afternoon together and making some miracles!
For the Kids!
This is why we do what we do...to help kids every step of the way!
Please take a minute to watch this video made by a parent with a child that suffers with a rare disease...