Greek Tour Philanthropy?
I was driving through the greek village at my school today with my boyfriend and I mentioned how beautiful the ADPi and ZTA houses were (Seriously, all the houses in our greek village are wonderful, but those two take the cake) and how I wish I could see more of the houses than what I saw during rush and I've never seen the inside of any of the fraternity houses.
We got into thinking of something like a house-crawl (maybe with beers at the fraternity houses and food at the sorority houses) and how maybe it could be a good philanthropy event if enough people are interested in touring the greek village. You could pay a cover charge and look through the houses, take a look at old composites, there could be speakers/tour guides at each house, and they could explain their philanthropy, their symbols, and any other cool facts about their houses to all the guests. The proceeds from the admission tickets would be divvied up between all the participating sororities and fraternities.
The only thing is, I don't know if any non-greeks would be interested in this, and how to market the philanthhropy event to interest people. Maybe it could be like a bar crawl, but would probably have to be heavily regulated so it doesn't get out of hand as a philanthropy event.
Any suggestions on whether or not something like this could be do-able?