Going Backstage With Stef Anderson: PDG 2017

Lights. Camera. Fashion! It’s finally here! Today is the day of one of the most upbeat, heartwarming, and trendy philanthropy events of the year.

Project Delta Glam, the annual fall philanthropy event of DG, combines a showcase of talent with the education and promotion of our core foundation, Service for Sight. As if seeing students from all BU clubs and organizations catwalk in some of Boston’s favorite brands isn’t exciting enough, all proceeds from the event are donated to benefit those visually impaired and blind.

Each year the event opens with an awe-inspiring performance by local BU artists followed by a witty monologue from our senior emcee’s. As each organization struts their stuff down the runway, the crowd roars with cheers and applause. During my first year in DG, I vividly remember looking around the room as each organization’s table cheered on their representatives on stage. Not only does each DG radiate with pride of our incredible sisterhood, but so does every other member of the clubs and organizations participating in the show.

While this will be my last PDG as a collegiate Delta Gamma, I’m humbled each time I get the chance to see the charitable and motivated sisters that succeed me. We find pride each day in the knowledge and passion that DG has taught us toward our foundations and look forward to sharing it with our peers each year. Not only was PDG founded by a BU Delta Gamma, but it has now been adopted by chapters across the country.  Tickets can be purchased prior to the event or at the door as well as raffle tickets to win some of our amazing prizes.

~ Stefanie Anderson

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