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 families of five for a year. Terps Against Hunger won first place in the project pitches as well as won audience favorite. You can read more about the competition from the Diamondback article here.