The Hunger Challenge is a point-based competition for high school clubs that supports Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Hunters for the Hungry program. Hunger Challenge clubs compete to raise funds, secure venison donations, and volunteer to help feed local hungry families.
Each club elects their own officers to lead the club. A school faculty member is required to serve as the club advisor.
The advisor will manage the funds raised, act as a liaison between the school and the Federation, and oversee all of the club’s activities.
Awards are given each spring at the regional and state level.