Past Winners

There have been so many inspiring projects over the years! Here are all the winning projects that were awarded a trophy and a chance to present at World Finals:

2019-20 Team Brave Hearts from Longwood, Florida
This group used their creative problem-solving skills to turn recycled materials into art!

2018-19 Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School in Remsenburg, New York
The group developed a safe and fun sensory puppy playground for animals at a local shelter.

2017-18 Big Cypress Elementary from Naples, Florida
This group helped to provide comfort to the homeless by creating and giving away sleeping mats.

2016-17 Hope Heroes, Monterrey, Mexico
Spent quality time at a retirement home and re-designed and built popular board games with disabilities in mind. By making the games more accessible to the seniors, Hope Heroes could spend time playing games and making connections with people that most needed it in their community.

2015-16 Radford University Awesome Box Costume Squad, Radford Virginia
Built fun, creative, and totally custom/useable Halloween costumes out of cardboard boxes for local children in wheelchairs.

2014-15 Barrel of Makers, Wilmington Delaware
Helped disabled students in the area to express their creativity and learn STEM skills.

2013-14 Project Connect and Engage, Rockford Michigan
Taught residents of a local retirement home how to use technology.

2012-13 Blue Valley Odyssey Angels, Overland Park Kansas
Fundraised and made blankets to give to kids in foster homes.

2011-12 Pinetree Secondary School, Canada
Helped "Push for Change" raise awareness for homeless youth.