400 Westpark Drive  |  Peachtree City, GA 30269

The 2016 M3 Campaign Tops $1 Million in Lifetime Giving!

We are thrilled to announce that with the support of Phi Mu collegians and alumnae, the 2016 M3 Campaign raised $353,461 and surpassed $1 million in lifetime giving! Many of you gave beyond your annual giving program commitment to support the campaign, thus helping us reach this incredible milestone in M3 history. We are very thankful for your generosity!
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An extra special kudos to our Largest Contributing Collegiate Chapter, Alpha Delta, and our Largest Contributing Alumnae Chapter, Chicago West Suburban – both chapters generously fund-raised and contributed to the campaign and were honored with gifts from individual donors! As a token of our appreciation, both chapters will be featured in the summer edition of the Aglaia and will receive a sisterhood event hosted by Phi Mu Foundation in their hometowns!
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 Please visit our M3 Updates page for the Final Roll Call!

5 Easy Steps to Help Collegiate Chapters With the M3 Campaign

Does your collegiate chapter need a few tips to help plan for the M3 Campaign? Check out these five easy steps that will set the chapter up for success in no time:


  1. Encourage Them to Participate at 100%
  • When chapters participate at 100%, each active member on their roster is committing to making a contribution of $18.52 to the M3 Campaign. Every chapter with 100% participation will receive a commemorative M3 Tank Top for each of their members just in time for summer!
  1. Help Them Determine a Giving Strategy
  • Chapters can reach 100% participation in a variety of ways. They can ask each sister to contribute $18.52, host a fundraiser and/or use chapter funds. March is a busy month for most of our chapters with midterms and Spring Break, so establishing a giving strategy now will help save time and energy later.
  1. Visit the Leadership Center for M3 Materials
  • All supporting M3 materials (including the presentation deck from the webinar) can be found on the Philanthropy tab on the Leadership Center. This includes the M3 Contribution Remittance Form and Tips for Fundraising for M3.
  • Once the chapter is ready to submit their contribution, they must submit ONE check, along with the M3 Contribution Remittance Form (including any applicable fundraising information) and the chapter roster to: Phi Mu Foundation, M3 Campaign, 400 Westpark Dr., Peachtree City, GA.
  1. Schedule the Phi Mu Foundation Radiance Program
  • If you haven’t already, aim to schedule the Phi Mu Foundation Radiance Program during the month of March. This will help our members better understand the mission of Phi Mu Foundation and how campaigns like M3 help us reinvest in our members.
  1. Share on Social Media
  • We’re encouraging our members to ‘go social’ and post photos and videos on social media that highlight how your chapter is supporting the M3 Campaign. Tag @PhiMuFoundation and use the campaign hashtag #MaryMaryMartha!

If you have any questions regarding the M3 Campaign and your chapter’s participation, please contact Director of Development Kristin Tofanelli at ktofanelli@phimu.org or 770-632-2122.

Thank you for your support of Phi Mu Foundation and the M3 Campaign!

Phi Mu Foundation Names Executive Director Anji Roe Wood, Gamma Nu

Anji HeadshotThe Phi Mu Foundation Board of Trustees is Pleased to Announce Anji Roe Wood as its new Executive Director

Anji comes to the Foundation from Phi Mu Fraternity, where she served as Director of Alumnae Engagement. In this role, Anji successfully managed the alumnae department, including the ‘Forever Faithful’ campaign, which focuses on increasing alumnae support for critical Fraternity leadership programming. Anji also led the charge on increasing engagement opportunities for Phi Mu alumnae across the country with the successful launch of the ‘Cocktails and Conversations’ tour in 2015, focused on celebrating our sisterhood and the achievements of vibrant Phi Mu women.

Prior to joining the Phi Mu National Headquarters team, Anji was Director of Marketing and Communications for the Southeastern Council of Foundations (SECF) in Atlanta. During her time at SECF, she played a significant role in cultivating relationships between the council and hundreds of philanthropic organizations and leaders throughout the Southeast.

“We are pleased to welcome Anji to our Phi Mu Foundation team. Her passion for Phi Mu, energy and experience is exactly what we need to further our mission of the lifetime development of women,” says Phi Mu Foundation President Diane Eggert, Zeta Iota. “I’d like to thank Trustees Andie Burchett Kash, Delta Eta, and Pamela Kropf Wadsworth, Eta Iota, for leading the Search Committee efforts. Through their guidance and dedication to this process, we were able to successfully complete our search with merit.”  

As a member of Phi Mu and a current headquarters employee, Anji has a unique understanding and appreciation for the importance of a solid working relationship between Phi Mu Fraternity and Phi Mu Foundation. Her experience will be paramount in enhancing the collaborative efforts between the two entities.

“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work in partnership with our leadership, staff, volunteers and donors to serve the Foundation and share the inspiring stories of its powerful impact,” says Wood. “With the strategic plan as our roadmap, and the mission as our guide, there is no limit to what Phi Mu Foundation can accomplish in support of our vibrant membership.”

A returned Peace Corps Volunteer, Anji received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Communications from Elon University and now resides in Newnan, Georgia, with her husband and two children. Anji will be based out of the Phi Mu National Headquarters in nearby Peachtree City, Georgia, and will report to the Phi Mu Foundation Board of Trustees.