Katharine’s project was multi-faceted in that it included organization, leadership, and implementation. The first phase of the project was the design and building of a seating area for the front porch of the facility. After deciding that she wanted to benefit the patients at the Fox Chase facility, she took a drive up to look at the building. Right away she noticed that the building had a beautiful front porch but there was no seating for patients or their families. She designed a seating oasis with two park benches and topiaries in cement urns so the patients could enjoy the outdoors after going through their treatment. The second phase was to build a bookcase for the patient waiting room, and the final phase was designing and sewing neck roll pillows for the patients themselves. Her neck roll pillows are made of washable fleece material with a velcro closure, so the covers can be easily removed and washed, to be used for further treatments. She bought fleece material in different patterns to appeal to men, women, boys and girls.