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GoBabyGo! Flathead

GoBabyGo! was started in 2007 at the University of Delaware.

I am so exited to bring GoBabyGo! to Northwest Montana! The main focus of this chapter will be modifying 6-volt ride-on cars for toddlers with mobility complications. This program gives children with mobility impairment the ability to move on their own, which is incredible. Not every family can afford a power wheelchair but money shouldn’t stop kids from getting the proper equipment. GoBabyGo! is really important to me. It will help so many people and will show these children and their families that they are supported.

Hi! My name is Zia Walker. I am an Ambassador Girl Scout from Troop 3709 and member of RoboScout Squad robotics team in Kalispell, MT. As my Girl Scout Gold Award project, I am starting a NW Montana Chapter of GoBabyGo! My robotics team first learned about GoBabyGo! last April when we attended the FIRST World Championship in Houston.

I’ll have more info posted here soon about project progress, how to nominate a child for a car, build days, making tax deductible donations, volunteering and more. In the mean time, please email questions to gobabygo.flathead@gmail.com.

“At GoBabyGo! we are committed to a single, urgent vision: All people exploring their world via independent mobility.”


Special Thanks!

Logan Health Foundation – Financial support to get the project started, medical consulting, and connecting us to children in need.

Sabrina Wisher – Gold Award Project Advisor, community volunteer, parent of a special needs child, and creator of Mikayla’s Miracles and Blessings Foundation.

Bethany McNeil from Missoula and Jessie from Brook’s Rehabilitation in Florida – guidance and documentation.

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