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Panhellenic members travel to Senegal for school build

This summer, 12 members of the Panhellenic Community traveled to Mboyene, Senegal where they broke ground on a school build which was funded completely by the philanthropic efforts of the Panhellenic community. This was the second school build within 3 years that the Panhellenic community has funded, working in collaboration with the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation and BuildOn. See the press release about the trek.

Members from the Senegal Trek team will join Ginny Carroll, the founder of Circle of Sisterhood, for a presentation on September 20th at 6pm to share their stories and speak with attendees about the importance of women’s access to education worldwide. Make sure to mark your calendars and join us for this empowering event!

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