Justin Sung, a senior at Sage High School in Newport Coast, immediately knew whom he wanted his Eagle Scout project to benefit.
“With all the help that KidWorks provides to others, the least that I could do is give back to KidWorks by dedicating my project to such an amazing organization,” he says.
We think Justin is pretty amazing, too!
Eagle Scout is the final and highest rank a Boy Scout can achieve. For his project—which was months in the planning—Justin designed and built a beautiful wooden bench and a brand new art cabinet, both of which as now installed at our Dan Donahue Center.
“We are also thankful that that Justin choose KidWorks for his Eagle Scout Project,” says Raquel Nava, Arts and Academics Coordinator at the Donahue Center. “Our students are already sitting on the bench as they wait for programs to start, and we’ve filled the cabinet up with art supplies we use each day.”
Justin’s connection with KidWorks began when his older brother, Ryan, started a club at Sage High School called ReachOut, which organizes various projects that help our students. When Ryan graduated, he passed the leadership baton on to Justin, who now serves as the club’s president.
Justin says that ReachOut is already planning more projects to support KidWorks in the months to come. We are very grateful to Justin and ReachOut for their dedication and love for our students.
By Glenn Leibowitz, Volunteer Content Writer