The University of Maryland Athletics department took part in Terps Against Hunger third annual homecoming service event at the Xfinity Center on Sunday
Nick Iacono (left), a junior mathematics major, and Sebastien Chasse (right), a senior finance and accounting major, help at the Terps Against Hunger Homecoming
When freshmen arrive at the University of Maryland, Wallace Loh, the president, tells them that only one in a thousand people on the planet have the privilege of a college education
Terps Against Hunger, an organization that has grown substantially over the last three years, put together a meal packing event for the less fortunate
ORIGINAL ARTICLE Volunteers pack meals for food insecure famliies at the Memorial Chapel on Sept. 20. Photo by Carly Taylor. By Freelance Reporter Published September 20 By Carly TaylorFor The Diamondback As Justin Bieber songs blared in the background, volunteers scooped rice to the beat at the Memorial Chapel on Tuesday. For the second consecutive […]
ORIGINAL ARTICLE File photo/The Diamondback By Kimberly Escobar Published July 28 By Kimberly Escobar @kimescobarumd Staff writer Student group Terps Against Hunger and the University of Maryland Alumni Association came together for the first time inside the Samuel Riggs IV Center on July 17 to package 42,000 meals for the Capital Area Food Bank. “People […]
ORIGINAL SOURCE STUDENT GROUP, ALUMNI ASSOCIATION PACK MEALS FOR HUNGRY By Lauren Brown | photo by Lisa Helfert Nearly 200 Terps discovered that Sunday brunch is more satisfying when you’re feeding other people instead. The University of Maryland Alumni Association teamed up with the student group Terps Against Hunger on July 17 to pack almost […]
Terps Against Hunger competed in the 2016 Do Good Challenge. The competition challenged students to do the “most good” over an eight week period. Over 80 teams competed in waves of pitch competitions to make it to the final round. TAH was able to raise $54,000 during the competition which is equal to feeding 227 […]
ORIGINAL SOURCE By Brian Summerfield Part carnival. Part expo. All fun. It’s Maryland Day, which happens tomorrow at the University of Maryland’s campus in College Park. Along with games, activities and entertainment, Maryland Day features information about a variety of student-run organizations at the university. And Terps Against Hunger, fresh off of its win in […]
ORIGINAL SOURCE By Hannah Lang Published April 19 at 11:12 PM University of Maryland student organizations Terps Against Hunger and Medfund each won a $5,000 grand prize at Tuesday night’s Do Good Challenge, which awarded $20,000 overall to student philanthropy teams. The challenge — now in its fifth year — was sponsored by Morgan Stanley, the […]
ORIGINAL SOURCE Nick Staten packs individual meals at a half-day food packing event at the Toyota Central Atlantic Region office on April 11 in Glen Burnie. 74,000 meals were donated to the Maryland Food Bank. (Courtesy Photo / HANDOUT) Amy Laque • Contact Reporter Correspondent April 18, 2016 University of Maryland student and Terps Against Hunger volunteer […]
The University of Maryland released a video at the beginning of the Spring 2016 semester focused on the impact students at Maryland are making. The first example shows scenes from us hosting and distributing meals from the 2015 Homecoming event were thousands of volunteers gathered to pack over 250,000 meals. All of the meals were […]
We spent several hours one morning, skipping classes, to make sure we got our logo in the national spotlight. While this is not the actual 30 second commercial used during Maryland sporting events such as our top ranked men’s and women’s basketball teams, it is the extended version. While it may only be about two seconds of fame, we’ll take all the publicity we can get. So look out for us on TV, but for now, you can watch us on this youtube video. Go Terps!
For eight hours Monday, rice scattered the wooden floor of Stamp Student Union’s Grand Ballroom while pop music blared. At any given time, there were at least 300 hair-netted heads, all bowed over tables crowded with bags and containers.
More than 150 people came out to the University of Maryland’s Memorial Chapel on Tuesday night to pack meals for children in Baltimore.
The student group Terps Against Hunger, which aims to combat hunger in the United States, partnered with different religious groups on the campus to create a food packing station in the chapel.
To kick off homecoming, more than 500 students worked together to prepare about 100,000 meals for people in need — mostly from the local area, but also around the world — at an annual service event Saturday in Stamp Student Union.
This university’s Homecoming Committee teamed up with new student group Terps Against Hunger to plan the event that used the national nonprofit Kids Against Hunger’s three-step process to feed the hungry. Volunteers participated in one of three steps: combining four key ingredients — soy, dehydrated vegetables, rice, and vitamin and mineral powder — weighing the bags to ensure accurate nutritional facts or sealing and packing the bags for shipment.
ORIGINAL SOURCE ABC2 WBAR Balitmore COLLEGE PARK, Md. – The University of Maryland Terps fight for more than state and national titles, they fight against hunger. In an effort to provide food for hungry people in the D.C. region, University of Maryland is bringing 4,000 students together to package meals. At the event, volunteers will […]
ORIGINAL SOURCE COLLEGE PARK (WUSA9) — Terps against hunger are packing 100,000 meals and will be distributing them to local food shelves to help fight hunger in the metro area. Over 30,000 meals were packed as of 6 p.m. Monday. Terps against Hunger (TAH) is a University of Maryland student-led initiative of Kids Against Hunger […]