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Wardlaw+Hartridge students, faculty and staff have continued making a difference by helping others during the COVID-19 crisis.
This week’s list of community service stars includes:
Alex Caiola ’21 (pictured) – built and installed outdoor fitness equipment adjacent to the W+H Nature Trail as part of his Eagle Scout project
Sammy Faust ‘24 and Matt Faust ’23 – picking up trash in their community
Phoebe Kaplan ’25 – picking up trash on the W+H campus
Shachee Kumar ’24, Isabella Rovito ’24 and Diya Patel ’24 – tutoring Lower School students several times each week
Gbemi Olarewaju ’24 and Tosin Olarewaju ’21 – sending notes and cards with positive messages to emergency room doctors and nurses
Emily O’Neill ’27 - sewing buttons on headbands for front line medical workers whose ears are getting raw from masks
Naischa Puri ’23 – contributing to the Edison location of the celebrated Meals for Heroes Drive, which has been publicly recognized by Governor Phil Murphy
Isabella Rovito ’24 – sending cards to essential workers in her neighborhood
Sanya Sidhu ’24 and Anisa Sidhu ’27 – making face masks and shields for healthcare workers
Other W+H initiatives being considered include a fundraiser to support medical professionals on the front lines, making masks, sending thank-you notes to medical professionals and first responders, and donating meals for hospital workers.