Central Michigan University’s Greek Week is a week-long philanthropy event. The university’s social fraternities and sororities come together as a community for two deserving organizations. The teams are paired to work together and compete to gain points through various daily activities. These activities include an all Greek photo, service day, keynote speaker presentation, blood drive, athletic competition, donations and dance competition. These efforts are all to raise money and awareness of two non-profit organizations which are voted on every year. This year the Greek Community will be supporting two organizations: Parents United to Stop Hazing (PUSH) & Isabella County Restoration Center (ICRH).