BMW signs on

hannah_and_india_rose_and_nina.jpgBMW had been supporting Gobabygo in a quiet way for some months, but stepped forward with cars, and some funding to adapt them, plus increasing support from its network and dealers.

We celebrated by giving two cars to kids at BMW head office so its managing director Nina Englert (pictured between Gobabygo CEO Gilli and tech volunteer Mark) and staff could see what we were doing. 

Both girls have cerebral palsy, and Hannah is also profoundly deaf.

Her mother switched her cochlear implants off for the handover as the unfamiliar noises upset her, and both girls needed a little time to get comfy in BMW's atrium before they could relax, and enjoy the ride.