Currently we have participated and are participating in the following:

*This section is currently under development.*



The Alzheimer's Association Ronald and Nancy Reagan Research Institute:

Established in 1995, the Ronald and Nancy Reagan Research Institute has provided a foward thinking approach to finding a cure for Alzheimer's disease. Recently, Tau Kappa Epsilon has embarked on a fund raising campaign in conjunction with the Ronald and Nancy Reagan Research Institute. The members of Tau Kappa Epsilon and their alumni have taken it upon themselves to raise money as a tribute to President Reagan, who in 1994 announced he had the disease. A goal of $240,000 collected by August 2005 is the current target.

"President Reagan lived the mission of TKE by contributing to the advancement of society," said Kevin Mayeux, CEO of Tau Kappa Epsilon. "With the recent passing of Frater Reagan, all TKE members have an opportunity to honor him and to aid in eradicating this disease."

There are several ways that you can contibute to the Ronald and Nancy Reagan Institute.

Check or Credit Card

To ensure that your chapter/alumni association fund raising contibutions are properly recognized, you must follow the instructions below:

  • Please make checks payable to: Alzheimer's Association
  • Include on your check your chapter or alumni association
  • Fill out and include the donation form
  • Mail your donations to the Offices of the Grand Chapter at:

    Tau Kappa Epsilon
    ATTN: Alzheimer's
    8645 Founders Road
    Indianapolis, Indiana 46268-1336


If you have any questions or would like to make a donation, please contact the Offices of the Grand Chapter at (317) 872-6533 or

Tau Kappa Epsilon Alzheimer's Philanthropy Webpage

View Tau Kappa Epsilon's official Alzheimer's Philanthropy website TKE Alzheimer's Philanthropy. These Atlanta area members have several alternative contacts that you may use to make your donation.

The Theta-Chi Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon at Frostburg State University was installed as a chapter on April 6, 1962.

Since 1899, Tau Kappa Epsilon has never had an exclusionary clause for membership. TKE does not judge men on their wealth, rank or honor, but instead on their personal worth and character.

Our mission is to "to aid men in their mental, moral, and social development for life." In essence, we build Better Men for a Better World.