Perhaps the biggest way that Georgia Tech Triangle supports Children's Miracle Network, however, is through the hosting of a gaming marathon through extra life, an partner organization of Children's Miracle network, in the Fall. The money from this goes to a local branch of the network, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. This gives Tech students the unique opportunity to do what they love for a cause that we feel is absolutely imperative. More information on Fall 2016 Registration is coming soon!

They have more than 1,400 local affiliates in the United States and more than 70 national organizations around the world. Together, they have helped 6.8 million people improve their living conditions since our founding in 1976.

In order to keep this tradition of service alive, the Georgia Tech chapter frequently partners with Habitat for Humanity for build days, and hosts multiple of these each semester. For more information about Habitat for Humanity and how you can get plugged in, feel free to contact us,   or visit Habitat's official website at habitat.org.

fundraising, Georgia Tech Triangle is committed to helping the children in Children's miracle Network hospitals



Nationally, Triangle Fraternity is honored to have Habitat for Humanity as its national philanthropy. Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian ministry that builds with people in need regardless of race or religion, we welcome volunteers and supporters from all backgrounds.  

Because of the sheer scale of Children's Miracle Network, our Chapter shows our support in various ways. Be it support of other Greek organizations, supporting For The Kids Dance Marathons, or simply



Closer to home, Our Georgia Tech Chapter proudly supports Children's Miracle network. Children's Miracle Network Hospitals (CMNH) was established nationally in 1983 to help children by actively supporting improved health care for millions of young people around the world. CMNH's mission is to generate funds and awareness programs for the benefit of children served by its associated hospitals, now numbering more than 170 nationwide.