Moonball is Gamma Phi Beta's signature philanthropy event. Collegiate chapters across North America host an annual Moonball tournament to support our philanthropic partner. 


Moonball is Gamma Phi Beta’s signature philanthropy event to support our national philanthropic partner, Girls on the Run, a nonprofit organization that inspires 3rd to 8th grade girls to be joyful, healthy and confident through a fun, experience-based curriculum that creatively integrates running.

Moonball is a kickball, volleyball or basketball tournament that’s hosted by each of Gamma Phi Beta’s collegiate chapters. Students, faculty, alumnae and community members are invited to play in the tournament. Funds raised from Moonball tournaments are donated to Girls on the Run at either the local or international level.

One event. One goal. #BuildingStrongGirls.

How does Moonball build strong girls?
Gamma Phi Betas are women Building Strong Girls. Not only do funds from Moonball tournaments support an organization that builds strong girls, but the tournament also provides a healthy activity for participants.

Gamma Phi Betas often serve as mentors to girls and other women in their communities. The event planning tactics, along with volunteer opportunities within the event, give members the ability to showcase their confidence. This shows girls and women in our communities that Gamma Phi Betas are committed to building one another up.

Moonball Resources and Questions
Moonball resources are now available. They are located under the philanthropy chairwoman section on the Member > Collegians > Public Relations page. Be sure to check them out! For all other inquiries, please fill out the following form and a member of the Philanthropy Team will be in touch with answers.

Examples: philanthropy chairwoman, chapter advisor
Type your Moonball questions in the box.