Girls on the Run
Girls on the Run is Gamma Phi Beta's national philanthropy. Girls on the Run is a non-profit program that works to encourage young females to develop self-respect and healthy lifestyles through dynamic, interactive lessons and running games, culminating in a celebratory 5k run. As Gamma Phi's, we act as mentors and supporters for these young girls, whether that mean training girls for the 5k, volunteering to help manage the 5k, cheering the girls on during the 5k, or raising money to fund the program.
GPhi Joe is UCLA Gamma Phi Beta's spring philanthropy event. It is a "wipeout style" tournament, where fraternities and sororities race through inflatable obstacle courses in order to be crowned victorious.
Held in the fall, Moonball at UCLA Gamma Phi Beta is a kickball tournament. Teams of fraternities and sororities compete against each other to come out as the top kickball team on campus.
Both of our philanthropy events are held for all of greek life on the UCLA campus. All proceeds made from these events go towards our national philanthropy, Girls on the Run.