FarmHouse is a fraternity dedicated to the building of men. It's a college home in which a man can be: creative, share responsibilities, make lasting friendships, express his inner self in an atmosphere of trust and understanding, learn lessons in living in a community of which he is an integral part, be accepted as a participant, learn the essence of brotherhood, and learn the caring of one man - and of a community of men - for the individual, the brother, for the community, and for the mutual welfare.
Service and philanthropy is a huge part of the Iowa State Chapter of FarmHouse Fraternity. We host two main philanthropies during the school year; one in the fall and one in the spring. Through all philanthropic endevours, we try to contribute as a house and pull-in support from the community. The combination of both allows us to raise funds and items for local charities.
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110 People | 295 Impacts | 1,688 Hours