Talent Hunt is an internationally mandated program of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. The first Talent Hunt was held on April 19, 1946, in Charlotte, North Carolina. The necessity for Talent Hunt was born out of the reality that there were limited opportunities afforded to some populations in the country for youth to give full expression to their artistic and creative abilities.

Talent Hunt provides exposure, encouragement, and financial assistance to talented high school students in grades 9 through 12. Students compete for scholarships and the opportunity to showcase their talent to a distinguished group of judges. Local and District Talent Hunt programs are competitive. The International Program is a demonstration of first-place winners from around the world.

International Talent Hunt Foundation Facts

ITHF is the name given to the International Talent Hunt Foundation, Inc.

The purpose of the foundation is to provide financial support, in collaboration with other organizations, to advance the International Talent Hunt Program.

The ITHF was officially founded in 2014. It was approved at the 2010 76th Grand Conclave of OPPF, Inc.

The ITHF was incorporated in the State of Delaware in August 2014.

Yes. The ITHF was designated a 501(c)(3) foundation in December 2014.

The official mailing address of the ITHF is: P.O. Box 10332, Wilmington, Delaware 19850.

The ITHF has developed and have available by-laws and copies of all state of Delaware and federal documents

The ITHF is governed by a Board of Directors and has elected officers that include Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer.

There are three ways to contact the foundation – mailing address above; email – ITHFoundation@gmail.com; and 585-507-1245.

Go to our website:        InternationalTalentHuntFoundation.org