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I am the founder of The Superhero Project and have helped hundreds of families during their NICU journey. The Superhero Project was established in 2015, a year after my twin boys were born 8 weeks premature.
I brought the gift of Angel Eye technology, a 24/7 camera system that allows families remote access to see their infants, to 4 Philadelphia area hospitals. These cameras allow families and hospital staff to work together as a team to care for the premature infant.
I love to bring gift baskets, gift cards, hotel stays, photo sessions and carved the idea for The Gift of Time room at Holy Redeemer Hospital, a space where families who have lost their baby can spend time and make memories.
Hi, I’m Rachael or Rae as my friends call me. I am the owner and head Graphic Designer and Photographer of Rae Hearts Design & Photography in Philadelphia. But more importantly, I am a mom & wife.
Since 2015, Kelly and I have collaborated on numerous projects. Our simple superhero photo shoot on the Manayunk Bridge quickly turned into what is now one of our biggest promotions, The Annual Superhero Project Calendar. I love working with the children and their familes, hearing their victory stories, and seeing how accomplished they have become.
The Superhero Project Inc. is an amazing charity that’s only goal is to give hope. And I’m proud to be a part of that.
My name is Katie Roberts. I am a NICU mom and I work full time for a National Home Builder focusing on Apartment Living. The real estate/property management market has always been an interest of mine and I have spent the last 14 years working my way around it and finding my place with my current company for the past 5 years.
I have 4 amazing children, all boys, ranging from 19 months to 12 years old (PUBERTY AHHH). They keep me pretty busy and make my heart melt daily. They have taught me many lessons and helped shape me into the mom I want to be. My youngest, Dylan, is my NICU miracle. His Apgar score of ‘0’ made me realize that life is to not be taken lightly. He spent 27 days in the NICU and after being intubated and on a cooling bed he showed me just how resilient he is. He was released and has hearing loss in his right ear. Otherwise he is running around with his brothers showing them just how tough he is. He truly is our Miracle baby.
Kelly and the Superhero Project has provided an amazing amount of love and support during our journey thus far. This foundation has allowed me and my family to raise awareness for HIE (Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy), a type of brain damage that occurs when an infant’s brain doesn’t receive enough oxygen and blood. With the support of Kelly and her foundation we were able to raise enough money to get our Hospital a Cooling Bed.
I am excited to help and support other NICU families along their journey and show them that there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Bridget Anne McKinney
I am a Protocol Manager for Bristol Myers Squib specializing in Oncology based Investigator Sponsored Clinical Research Studies, as well as, Adjunct Professor at Camden County Community College, teaching Biomedical Ethics.
My name is Amanda Duffy. I am a NICU mom, wife, and Registered Nurse. At 33 weeks I developed preeclampsia and was hospitalized.Our sweet little peanut, Ella came in with a bang a few days later at 34 weeks weighing only 3lbs 11oz. We are excitedly awaiting the arrival of Ella’s baby sister.
I received a Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Gwynedd Mercy University and am currently working as a Hospice Case manager. I am passionate about helping people during some of the most vulnerable times of their lives. I never expected to be the one in that vulnerable state needing the help and support. The support we received from Kelly and The Superhero Project gave us a sense of hope during the most difficult time of our lives. It was so helpful to have guidance and support from other parents who have experienced the challenges of having their babies in the NICU. No one can truly understand what NICU parents go through unless they too have gone through it.
I am excited to be a part of offering support to other NICU families by brightening their days with lovingly and thoughtfully filled care packages.
My name is Marissa. I am a wedding and event coordinator as well as a proud NICU Aunt! My journey with Superhero Project came about in 2018 when I met Kelly at an event that I helped to coordinate. All proceeds from the event went to the Superhero Project. This is when I instantly fell in love with Kelly’s amazing organization
Seven short months later, my family welcomed our first NICU superhero, Aria, at 24 weeks weighing 1 pound 6.9 ounces. I quickly learned what the Superhero Project was all about, from emotional and financial support to the amazing technology they donate to regional hospitals. Our family welcomed our second NICU superhero in September of 2019.
I am so excited to be working with the Superhero Project Inc. !