Gobabygo relies on volunteers, and John is among those who assemble the adaptations needed for each child. Two retirees - one in Christchurch, one in Auckland – make the steering handles, backrests and etc, which are stored until they are needed. Once a child is approved, and the handover date nears. the build volunteers pull a car from storage in the Manukau-based Jayen Foods warehouse, and fit the correct array of adaptions. The child's name is added to the numberplate, and the donation number sticker is affixed, along with stickers for long-term sponsors Rotary, BMW and Zyber, and it's ready to go!