J.P. Kinney created Books and Barks, an online library of students reading books with their dogs to bring joy to children in the hospital.
Ellie Nghiem developed and distributed COVID-19 Booklets for Kids. These activity booklets were designed to spread awareness about preventing the spread of COVID-19.
Akshay Patel used his woodworking skills to construct custom wood furniture for those in need.
Donovan Mavoides created Skeet's Closet, an expansion of the food pantry in the 1st Presbyterian Church of Cranbury to provide baby clothes to families in need.
Dhruv Balaji developed a program called Spectrum Robotics, with the goal of exposing children on the autism spectrum to the aspects of STEAM, as well as providing opportunities to strengthen social skills.
Adwaith Hariharan's project, Building Connections, is a social language development program with the mission of fostering language and social communication skills through STEAM education in in children with autism spectrum disorder and other communication difficulties.
Vonesha Shaik's project is called Girls Crack the Code, a series of 25 coding workshops for girls in grades K-10.
Gavin Mavoides led a club called Front Line Appreciation Group (FLAG Jr.). This youth group made appreciation bags for frontline workers in the community.
Urvi Bhojani developed and led public speaking workshops for girls in her program called "Speak with Urvi".
Tessie Staples coordinated a series of donations of brown bag lunches to address food insecurity in the pandemic in her project called Sandwiches for Smiles.