Cameron Dolansky Program Fund

 The fund is named in memory of Cameron B. Dolansky, a student in Wright State’s College of Engineering and Computer Science who, at the time of his sudden passing in 2014, was president of Beta Phi Omega. 

The Brothers of Beta Phi Omega and Cameron’s Family created the Cameron Dolansky Program fund to support the current operations of the undergraduate chapter. 

This fund will be used to supplement the annual budget of Beta Phi Omega Fraternity.  Specifically, to support recruitment activities to strengthen the chapter and its membership.

A Challenge

Cameron’s parents, John and Kimberly have already graciously stepped forward with a challenge designed to move us closer to our goal by matching your gifts to the fund dollar for dollar up to $5,000!  That’s right, if you make a gift of $50 to the Cameron’s Program Fund, $100 will be added! If your gift is $250, $500 will go to support the fund! There is simply no better time than right now to show our commitment to the young brothers living out our legacy!

Our goal is to grow the fund so that it can be used on an annual basis. If our alumni investment is as financially generous as the investment we make in the livelihood of the current brothers, we know that we can grow this fund expeditiously. We need you. With your help we can establish this fund in perpetuity - assuring that Beta Phi Omega brothers will always have this fund to enhance the activities of the fraternity. 

Please take a few minutes right now to join me in supporting the activities of Beta Phi Omega. What better way to honor Cameron’s memory then to show our tangible support for our young brothers who are currently engaged in the life-changing experiences we so fondly remember. Let’s show them the impact that alumni can have through our philanthropy.

To make a donation please follow the link below

Or print out this form and mail with your check to:

Wright State University Foundation
Foundation Building
3640 Colonel Glenn Highway, Dayton, OH 45435