Fraternities and sororities can have the reputation of being all about being wild and partying. But a big part of Greek Life is doing selfless things to help others in the community. For the next three days, a North Dakota State University fraternity is swinging for a good cause.

A North Dakota State University fraternity is swinging for a good cause.

According to KVRR (Fargo), members of Tau Kappa Epsilon are doing a three-day, non-stop, Swing-A-Thon. They fraternity is raising money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, and they are working to reach their $20,000 goal! Get the full story about Tau Kappa Epilson's Swing-A-Thon here.

Tau Kappa Epsilon has been involved in the fight against childhood cancer for over 30 years.

The NDSU fraternity also has a donation page. According to Tau Kappa Epsilon's fundraising website, the fraternity has been involved in the fight against childhood cancer for over 30 years. Currently, TKE's working to reach a huge goal - raise $10 million in 10 years for St. Jude's Hospital.

St. Jude's goes above and beyond in the fight against childhood cancer.

According to Tau Kappa Epsilon's fundraising page, the fraternity and St. Jude's are working to, not only "defeat childhood cancers and other life-threatening diseases," but also help families throughout the duration of their child's battle. The website states that the money being raised "helps ensure families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food." Get more details about donating and Tau Kappa Epsilon's works with St. Jude's here.

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