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Alpha Chi Omega Alumnae Create GoFundMe In Honor Of Tally Sepot

Alumnae of the Beta Mu chapter of Alpha Chi Omega created a GoFundMe page to raise money for the chapter and family of Tally Sepot after she died in a car accident on Sunday while returning from a canning trip.

The page has raised more than $500 of its $1000 goal in less than an hour. Here’s the description of the page and what the money will go towards:

The entire Alpha Chi Omega family mourns the tragic loss of Vitalya “Tally” Sepot, sophomore member of the Beta Mu chapter. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of their families, friends and our entire Penn State Beta Mu chapter.

As alumni of this chapter, we continue to “Live In The Bond” to come together to support the families of those who have joined our sisterhood and our current members. The Alumni of Alpha Chi Omega are looking to raise our goal of $1,000 to gift our current members with our organizations national flower to wear to Tally’s services, provide a breakfast spread for the morning prior to departure, and donate additional  funds the Sepot family to help cover any financial burden due to their loss or to their charity of choice

Any donation would be greatly appreciated and we thank you for your support!

If you’re interested in donating, click here. Our thoughts are with the sisters of Alpha Chi Omega, Tally’s family, and friends during this incredibly difficult time.

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