TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - An Indiana State Univerity fraternity is spending time supporting people in need.
Members of Pi Kappa Alpha are sleeping in a 'box city' at Dede Plaza on campus.
It's part of the Pikes for Change week-long philanthropy event.
They are raising money for the Bethany House's Christmas Shop.
They will buy gifts for families who might not be able to get anything special for Christmas.
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