The Superhero Project in the news, raising money and creating smiles.

March 12, 2021

Donations need to fund cameras at CHOP Newborn Care at Penn

The Superhero Project is at it again! After spearheading the campaign with an amazing $20,000 donation, FOX29 caught up with us to see how much more we need to help Pennsylvania Hospital reach their goal.


July 31, 2017

A2A Spotlight – Kelly Gallagher

A2A Spotlight feature on Kelly Gallagher as heard on KCBS and other CBS Radio News affiliates. A2A Alliance founder Jeff Bell spotlights Kelly Gallagher and her efforts to support new parents of premature babies. LISTEN HERE

July 2019

Rex’s Buddies

Last year we raised over $6,500 which went to the National Kidney Fund and The Superhero Project. This year we will not be doing the kidney walk; instead we will donate all to The Superhero Project, a non-profit supporting premature babies. Shirts will be on sale through August. Sizes 3T-5XL are available. $10/child, $15/adult. Payments accepted Venmo, check or cash. (If paying Venmo please leave you shirt sizes in the comment section in Venmo)
On Saturday, October 5th there will be a benefit from 3pm-7pm at Harrington Irish Pub! $10 at the door gets you discounted drinks! (Event invite to follow) 🦖🦖🦖


Jefferson Hospital’s ICN Camera Project

April 22, 2019
I am inspired by the staff in hospitals like Jefferson who continue to put families first. Who, despite the already excessive demands placed on doctors and nurses to perform in stressful situations, make this commitment to strive for excellent family based care values and offer their families every option available to bond.

Kindred Bravely

April, 2019

Don’t follow this amazing company yet? Head on over to KindredBravely.com because we have something HUGE coming to celebrate National Superhero Day on April 28th!
With over 53k followers on IG, this fast growing company is stepping up to make a big difference in 2019 for NICU moms with us and You won’t want to miss it ❤️

Huge Donation for Doylestown Health

April 22, 2019

Did you have a baby that had jaundice? Full term or NICU? If so, read on 🙂

We are proud to donate two of these incredible blanket/cocoons to Doylestown Hospital today with a $13,000 donation. Both of my boys would have benefited from this. Instead of sitting under the lights, they can be on your lap and in your arms… where they belong 🙂

One will be exclusively for the NiCU and one will be on the pediatric floor… many times babies from NiCu get discharged only to still have high levels- but once you leave the NicU you cannot be readmitted so you go right to Pediatrics.

We are affectionately calling this our Superhero Cape Program! Families will be able to bond with their baby while their infant is treated.

Always looking to make the family experience better for every mom and dad.❤️

We are blessed to have the support we do to be able to do so many incredible projects 🙂

A beautiful day at Chambersburg Hospital

April 18, 2019

Beautiful day at Chambersburg Hospital as they welcomed The Superhero Project into their hospital, making the commitment to change the lives of all their NICU families by getting Angel Eye Cameras installed.

Every time I do this, my heart bursts and my eyes get filled with tears knowing every person supporting my organization. It is ONLY because of you guys that these projects get put into fruition. I know that one day, when I get to sit Connor and Curran down, they will learn about how their lives have stemmed so much love and generosity from
Friends, family and strangers.

What a beautiful Easter it will be for families who have to leave their superhero in the hospital ❤️


‘Angel Eye’ Cameras watch preemies at area hospitals

June, 2016
Kelly Gallagher, a mother of twins from Montgomery Township,  shows the new Angel Eye cameras that will be installed in the neonatal intensive care unit at St. Mary Medical Center to all ow parents to view their preeature or sick babies when they can’t be at the hospital to care for them. Gallagher’s non-profit Superhero Project made a $5,000 donation to the hosptail to help purchase the cameras. Read More

High-Five Campaign

January, 2019

The Superhero Project would like to introduce the “High-5 Campaign”. Five Dollars in today’s world may not seem like a lot but to NICU Families it makes a drastic difference. Did you know that a Five Dollar Donation…

  • Can cover parking for a family to visit their Superhero
  • Can provide a coffee for Mom and Dad when they are sleep deprived
  • Can provide Mom with a new pair of Fuzzy socks to be cozy in post-partum.

We all been given / have given a “High-Five” and celebrated a special moment. Sometimes the simplest gestures make the biggest difference and feel the best.

Consider High-5 “ing” The Superhero Project today and making the day of a NICU Family with a 5-dollar donation.

Holy Redeemer NICU

December, 2015
In December, 2015, thanks to our generous donations, we were able to present the Holy Redeemer NICU with a check for $15,000 so that they could buy and install Angel Eye Cameras in their NICU beds. Angel Eye Camera Systems offers hospitals a secure, internet-based, video and audio solution that allows family and friends the ability to interact with hospitalized newborns at any time. On April 4th, 2016, the cameras went “live” and NICU families at Holy Redeemer could go home with some relief knowing that they could see their child online at any time! Read more about Angel Eye Cameras here.

Kelly’s Kloset

Coming Soon!
This endeavor provides every family at Holy Redeemer hospital with a bag to leave home with that includes care items during their stay. It also provides new preemie clothes, hats, blankets and swaddles for families who are unable to afford them.

Superhero T-Shirts

“Today i will be my own superhero”
Childrens and Adult Sizes Available​​​​
$25 each
Super soft, high quality t-shirt
Adults (blue only)
​Childrens (grey only)

A big thank you to Rachael Balascak with Rae Hearts Design & Photography for desiging the t-shirt and  also her beautiful daughter, Audrey for modeling it!

St. Mary Medical Center

June, 2016
The Superhero Project presented a $5,000 check to St. Mary’s Medical Center in Langhorne. This money will help to purchase two Angel Eye Cameras for their NICU so that the families will be able to have comfort knowing their babies are only a click away. 


Gift cards for gas and coffee
Preemie clothes
Hard candy/gum
Protein bars

Patches for Preemies

Want to be a hero?
The Superhero Project proudly welcomes community service groups that are interested in completing projects to assist our mission initiatives. We have also created a custom PATCH that will be rewarded to group members at the completion of the project.
We invite groups to inquire about how to help support by creating care packages or running diaper drives for local NICUs.
Please contact us today to find out more information!

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