Pi Kappa Phi assists with the Success Won't Wait Toys for Tots drive.

Toys for Tots

Pi Kappa Phi participates in organization's Toy for Tots drive


9:39 a.m., Nov. 22, 2011--The local literacy organization Success Won't Wait kicked off its annual Toys for Tots project recently with help from the brothers of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity at the University of Delaware.

The Success Won't Wait program, now in its fourth year, was created in response to the national Toys for Tots organization's expansion and inclusion of children's books as holiday gifts for the program.

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The Pi Kappa Phi brothers bundled hundreds of beautiful new books and small items such as children's books-on-CD, sticker packets, bobble pencils and adorable T-shirts. 

The packages will provide a bright spot this holiday season for less fortunate children throughout Delaware.

"Pi Kappa Phi's new partnership with Success Won't Wait has seen tremendous success. As an organization, we prioritize education and early literacy, making it an ideal fit," said Pi Kappa Phi President Jeremy Randall. "We're thrilled to be contributing to their outreach programs in the local Delaware communities."

Founded in 2002, Success Won't Wait is a not for profit literacy program based in Wilmington. The organization's mission is to encourage reading, particularly by children, and services Delaware and the surrounding states.

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