Rent-a-Tau

The brothers of Alpha Tau Omega can take care of your fall To Do list.

October 25, 2013
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As the leaves fall and the cold weather approaches, your list of chores may seem never-ending. The brothers of ATO hope you put down the rake and Rent-a-Tau for all your late fall/early winter cleaning needs.

The 43 ATO brothers can help you with various services:

· Landscaping

· Moving

· House cleaning

· Painting

· Assorted handyman tasks

“This is a fundraiser we started last year in which we benefit the community by providing services while at the same time benefiting a local charity,” explains fraternity Public Relations Officer Shane Fagan ’15. All proceeds will go to Abby’s House, a local foundation in Worcester that provides affordable housing specifically designed to meet the needs of women and children.

“Last year we donated all our money raised ($1,140) to Why Me and Sherry’s House, a local charity in Worcester that supports families with childhood cancer,” shares Fagan.

“I participated in a full day of Rent-a-Tau for ATO alumnus Matt Gaffney,” says Sam Russell, ’15.  Four ATO brothers were rented to help move and spread mulch as well as rake and clean a backyard.  “I had a very good experience knowing that the help I was providing was benefitting a charity, at the same time representing ATO and WPI in a great manner.”

Sign up by emailing Rent-a-Tau@wpi.edu with your name, address, phone number, time of availability, number of brothers needed (2 or 4), hours required, and service(s) requested.

Rent-a-Tau

WHO:

The Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity at WPI

WHAT:

Rent 2 or 4 ATO brothers for any cleaning tasks or any other jobs around the house

WHEN:

The weekends of November 16-17 and November 23-24

WHERE:

Anywhere within 30 minutes of WPI

RATES

(per pair of brothers): $40 per hour OR $120 for a half day (4 hours), $200— full day (8 hours).

The fraternity kindly asks that you provide lunch for the Taus working a full day shift. Payments or donations are due on or before scheduled day of work.

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