- Love Upper Perk - an online resource dedicated to connecting communities to events and volunteer opportunities that exist in and around the Upper Perk School District.
- Community Resource Coordinator - working with the Upper Perkiomen Valley High School to assist with students and bring the resources of the community around a family. Also providing opportunities for students to be out in the community in partnership with organizations to better the Upper Perkiomen Region and beyond!
- Teen Workforce Development Initiative - developing students to have business skills and job history is always a struggle. We are currently launched the Alternative Brew as a resource for job readiness and now we are looking to launch two more, a bicycle & skate shop and active voluntary service in existing organizations.
- Quakertown Action Park - Quakertown Action Park is an exciting local initiative seeking to expand Main Street Park, the skate park and surrounding areas, and also inspire our youth. The goal is to make the park more valuable to the community and also express value and acceptance to our youth’s abilities on wheels!
- Launched the Upper Perk Community Life Center - A community center that is nestled in East Greenville, PA. It is home to many activities and special events in the Upper Perk region. Take some time to learn about the project here.
- Launched a Middle School Robotics Program - Formed in the basement of the Upper Perk Community Life Center, Beth Roth started a middle school robotics program. She not only started the club, but lead them to international standings in the Vex IQ robotics competition. The program now has over 40 students and is running strong!
- After school programming - Over the past three years Project Haven has been partnering with a variety of organizations to create solid after school programming for students. The development of our after school programming started while Scott Roth was testing out models at New Eden Fellowship. Now we are working with the Upper Perk High School, YMCA, and the Leos club. Over 100 students are involved with programs running within our community.