The Greater Fraternity
The National Headquarters houses the four entities—Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation, Pi Kappa Phi Properties and The Ability Experience—which make up the greater fraternity.
Pi Kappa Phi Foundation
Established in 1952, the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation
is the tax-exempt educational foundation of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity.
The Foundation supports the educational initiatives of Pi Kappa
Phi Fraternity though the solicitation of donations from alumni
and Friends of Pi Kappa Phi. The Foundation also provides support directly to students through several scholarships that recognize undergraduate and
graduate members who excel in areas of academics, chapter leadership and campus/community involvement.
Pi Kappa Phi Properties
in 1966, Pi Kappa Phi Properties is the fraternity's national housing corporation with the sole purpose of acquiring competitive housing for the chapters of Pi Kappa Phi. Properties has acquired houses through purchase
or lease. Properties also works to establish local housing corporations to aid in the management of chapter housing. With assets in excess of $4.9 million and a
net worth (based on cost) of over $2.5 million, Pi Kappa Phi Properties has owned and operated more than
37 student-living facilities.
The Ability Experience
The Ability Experience, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, was founded
by Pi Kappa Phi in 1977 as the fraternity's national philanthropy. The Ability Experience promotes the concept of lifelong service among our members by providing opportunities to serve and raise awareness for people with disabilities. What began as construction of a therapeutic play unit has
evolved into nationally recognized cycling and construction
events that work collectively to promote a greater understanding
of people with disabilities. To this day, Pi Kappa Phi remains as the only national fraternity to establish and maintain its own non-profit organization. Since 1977, members of Pi Kappa Phi have raised more than $10 million dollars
in support of The Ability Experience and the disability community.