Mia Sebolt (Allegheny County)
Mia organized and led community workshops to teach others how to make cat toys from recycled common household items. The toys were donated to a local animal shelter to support their efforts and to help others learn how to make cat toys that are fun, inexpensive, and environmentally friendly.
Stephanie Shaw (Allegheny County)
Stephanie created a community garden at her high school as a tool to teach youth about the importance of nutrition and exercise. Crops yielded from the garden will be donated to local senior citizens and a community food bank.
Hannah Sciulli (Allegheny County)
By partnering with a local animal shelter, Hannah educated her community on cat overpopulation. She led a class for young children at the animal shelter, led a donation drive for the shelter, supported their adoption events, and made a map of the feral cats they had found in the community to help reduce the feral cat population.