The Roslyn High School team of Evan Kirsh, Ritwik Rudra and Eitan Hakim won first place in the 2016 Design for Good Challenge. The $5,000 prize goes to Roslyn High School. Their winning entry was an app called SurplusSolutions which would allow local supermarkets and restaurants to be able to donate surplus inventory to food pantries rather than throwing it out. The app would allow restaurants to see what local food pantries need in terms of inventory so specific food products could be donated. The winners are students of Business Teacher SallyeKaye Kaufman. The contest was sponsored by the 92nd Street Y in New York City.