No Shave For Schachter Fundraiser
The Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity at UCONN started No Shave For Schachter in 2020, a take on “No Shave November”, to spread awareness and raise funds for Safe Schools For Alex.
This has great significance, as Alex’s father Max and grandfather are brothers of AEPi, and also Alex would have been a freshman at UCONN this year. He was previously admitted to the school posthumously in 2018, as it was his dream to attend the university.
Supporting Brother Alex Schachter
In 2021, 6 additional chapters joined UCONN in their fundraising efforts, and the UCONN chapter posthumously inducted Alex as a brother of the AEPI fraternity.
To date, AEPI has raised thousands of dollars in honor of Alex and in support of Max’s mission.
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Did You Know?
Alex wanted to attend UCONN, the alma mater of his mother and cousin. Shortly after he was murdered, UCONN posthumously admitted him as a student of the University. Following this, the UCONN Marching Band played Alex’s favorite song by the band Chicago, 25 or 6 to 4.