Kappa Sigma Fraternity’s Military Heroes Campaign recently presented a $50,000 grant to the SEAL Legacy Foundation. The check presentation was held during the SEAL Legacy Foundation’s Warrior Open in Danvers, Massachusetts on the evening of August 21st 2016. 
In attendance from Kappa Sigma were Worthy Grand Procurator Toby Taylor, Worthy Grand Master of Ceremonies Justin Hansen, and A Greater Cause Commissioner Michael Hall, as well as undergraduate volunteers from the Xi-Beta Chapter at Northeastern University.  
The event included SEALs, their family and friends, corporate partners and sponsors, and members of the SEAL Legacy Foundation, including Managing Director and Kappa Sigma Brother Mark McGinnis, who stated “I am humbled by the dedication and commitment shown by the brothers of Kappa Sigma in their support of the SEAL Legacy Foundation. Both financially and through volunteer work at our numerous events, the men of Kappa Sigma embody the spirit of brotherhood, service to others, and fierce patriotism found in U.S. Navy SEALs. For their efforts, I say thank you and Hooyah!” 
The Foundation hosted a dinner as well as a golf outing the next day at Turner Hill Golf Club in Ipswich, Massachusetts. “It was an outstanding two day program.  Kappa Sigma and the Military Heroes Campaign are proud to continue to support the SEAL Legacy Foundation,” said Michael Hall, A Greater Cause Commissioner.  “The impact that Kappa Sigma has on service for our beneficiaries and communities is a testament to the dominance and success the fraternity continues to show.”
Created in 2007, the Kappa Sigma Military Heroes Campaign honors and aids thousands of military veterans and their families in communities throughout the U.S. and Canada. Since its inception, the campaign has donated over $1,000,000 to non-profit organizations who advocate on behalf of servicemen and women and those wounded in combat.