Superhero Ambassadors

The Superhero Project celebrates people who recognize the challenges faced by the parents and families who have premature babies. We are proud to acknowledge the following individuals who have stepped up and made a difference in helping
The Superhero Project raise awareness.

Having a child in the NICU is incredibly stressful. The SuperHero project offers comfort to those who want to be with their newborn even when they can’t. That kind of help, when you’re dealing with something so scary, can make all the difference to parents who just want to take their baby home.

Sara Walsh

  - Former SportsCenter Anchor

Those first weeks of a child’s life bring a flood of emotions to new parents, all of which are only deepened when Mom and Dad can’t bring their newborn home as they’d imagined. The Superhero Project provides a vital link that helps to fill those hours of wondering, and waiting to get back. There is no joy like being with your newborn, but short of that, being able to simply see them is a luxury not to be taken for granted!

Brian Taff

  - 6abc Action News Anchor

Having a baby in the NICU is never what you plan for. It is by far one of the hardest things for a parent/family to experience. The Superhero Project gives you the comfort you need to get through the days until you can have your baby home with you. These cameras are a game changer and I pray that every NICU acquires them.

Lauren Holiday 

  - Two time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA World Cup champion