Halloween is a time to have fun, but for members of UCF’s Fraternity and Sorority Life, it is a time to give back to the community. Over 400 children participated in this year’s UCF Trick or Treat on Greek Street (TOTOGS) event. Participants included children from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida.
“We were extremely pleased with the turnout at this year’s Trick or Treat on Greek Street,” said Clay Coleman, director for Fraternity and Sorority Life. “Our fraternities and sororities went all out to make Halloween special for so many local children. Because of their efforts, children were able to have fun in a safe environment and use their imaginations all while collecting cool gifts and treats.”
The university’s Greek Council sponsored the event. The festivities included games, activities, gifts and lunch.
“As the current Greek Council president, I was overwhelmed with pride as I watched members from my community actively engaging with the children and families in attendance,” said Jordan Kuveke. “TOTOGS is an incredible opportunity for our Greek community to have a positive impact and be models of excellence for the children.”
TOTOGS concluded with a donation raffle benefiting Feeding Children Everywhere, a local social charity that empowers and mobilizes people to assemble healthy meals for hungry children.