Troy University’s Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity see-saws for St. Jude

A Troy University fraternity was enjoying an old playground favorite on campus as away to help children in need.

The brothers of Tau Kappa Epsilon spent 48 hours on see-saw to raise awareness and money for St. Jude Children’s Hospital while having a little bit of fun in the process.

“It’s fantastic,” says TKE Brother Jackson Kiger. “It is a lot of fun.”

St. Jude is a research hospital dedicated to helping children with cancer.

“St. Jude relies on the contributions from organizations like TKE to make sure that treatments cost nothing for patients,” says TKE Philanthropy Chair Spencer Harvey. “TKE nationally is the largest supporter to St. Jude in the world.”

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