Collegiate Housing & Infrastructure Act
Kappa Alpha Theta has been a Greek leader in safe housing initiatives. We have joined an interfraternal community grassroots effort in support of CHIA.
Sponsored by the Fraternity Government Relations Coalition, a Washington, D.C.-based Greek umbrella organization representing the country’s fraternities and sororities, the effort will allow fraternity and sorority foundations to make tax-deductible financial contributions for infrastructure improvements to meeting and dining areas in chapter houses in the same way the tax code currently allows colleges and universities to use tax-deductible contributions to improve university-owned student housing on campus. This bill would make it substantially easier for Greeks nationwide to raise the money needed to install critical life-safety improvements in our chapter housing, expand housing capacity and otherwise modernize the housing we provide to our students.
Kappa Alpha Theta has been a Greek leader in safe housing initiatives. We have joined an interfraternal community grassroots effort in support of the Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act (CHIA).