Delta Tau Delta's annual philanthropy is a pageant with the purpose of promoting awareness of cancer through the American Cancer Society and crowning Miss Greek, the Panhellenic lady who best represents the Greek values. Miss Greek is held annually at the Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in which every sorority of the Panhellenic council submits one member to participate in the pageant in which they are judged on personality walk, philanthropic address, talent performance, and the overall donations they’ve raised for cancer research and medical grants. Since Miss greek was started six years ago, Delta Tau Delta has raised over $100,000 with the help of all the sororities of the Panhellenic Council, and this year alone Delta Tau Delta donated just over $21,000 to the American Cancer Society. Support for cancer research and awareness began when our brother Logan Need contracted cancer at a young age. In an effort to help with his treatment and raise awareness for the illness, Miss Greek was created.