In January 2014, Delta Epsilon hosted a winter coat drive for the homeless of New York. Four bags of jackets were donated to "New York Cares," an organization that helps the needy. Several hours were given to the drive by brothers.
In February 2014, 15 brothers and 10 prospective members volunteered for the city Meals on Wheels program where food packages were hand delivered to home-bound seniors. Three hours were given to the project by each brother and pledge in the project, for a total contribution of 75 volunteer hours.
In March 2014, Delta Epsilon again participated in the Meals on Wheels program with a group of 20 brothers and seven pledges. The chapter was called to aid the organization right before a massive snowstorm would hit the city. Three hours were given to the project by each brothers and pledge, for a total contribution of 81 volunteer hours. .
Also, in March 2014, seven brothers and seven pledges volunteered at the Food Bank USA office in the Hunts Point section of the Bronx. During this event, brothers unpacked and organized donated boxes of food, clothing, and supplies for homeless shelters. 1.5 hours were given to the project by each pledge and brother, for a total contribution of 21 volunteer hours.
In April 2014, the city Meals on Wheels program again asked for the help of our chapter. With only a days notice, nine brothers volunteered to deliver meals to home-bound seniors citizens. Three hours were given to the project by each brother, for a total contribution of 27 volunteer hours.
In May 2014, 15 brothers participated in the Multiple Sclerosis walk in Manhattan. A total of $1300 was donated to raise awareness and fund treatment research for this terrible disease. The chapter was walking for the mother of a brother of Delta Epsilon, who was diagnosed and is living with MS. The city recognized our efforts with a letter from the Mayor’s office. 3.5 hours were given to the event by each brothers, along with several hours of fundraising, yielding over 45 volunteer hours.