At Baby OK, we’re addressing an important issue that could affect anyone with a child-accidentally leaving your child in the car…or worse, a caregiver accidentally leaving your child.
Our mission is to reduce the statistics of infant and child mortality from heatstroke by creating a new habit for parents, grandparents and caregivers by offering peace of mind for parents through the use of technology-which we have in our hands at all times.
On average, there are 37 child fatalities annually in the US from being left in a vehicle. To date in 2016, there have been 39 deaths. Preventable deaths.
Baby OK is a Preventative safety measure that offers daily Peace of Mind for parents by being a Conscious Choice that parents, grand parents and caregivers can make to actively be aware of the child in the vehicle.
Baby OK is a social enterprise dedicated to preventing child heatstroke deaths caused by being left in a vehicle.
PEACE OF MIND
Designed to be a preventative safety measure that can be taken to ensure that a child is not left in a vehicle, Baby OK is a modern day parents accountability partner in ensuring that the unthinkable does not happen.
An extra layer of protection for your most precious cargo.
We need to spread awareness and raise money for the solution we have identified. We created a campaign with Classy.org for people to be able to contribute at various impact levels.
Be sure to review the ways you can make an impact and please share with your family and friends. Your involvement is critical to our launch and success at solving this issue.
Please support our Classy.org fundraising efforts and be a part of the launch of our movement.
Our goal is to raise $10,000 by the end of 2016.
Be the Change and help us prevent child heatstroke deaths!
Thank you again for your help.
Orlando Moms Blog - Executive Team
Founder, Baby OK
President, Diaper Bank of Central Florida
Owner, Moderne Momma Boutique
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