This Grandfather’s Wagons Put Smiles on the Faces of Sick Kids

When Roger Leggett’s granddaughter Felicity was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2011, he was devastated. While at the hospital they saw the struggles of moving sick child patients from one point to the next. In response, Roger proposed moving kids around in a wagon with an IV pole attached. Leggett’s former colleagues at Lockheed Martin stepped in to help him build the red wagons for use at children’s hospitals in Atlanta. The wagons have become so popular that now there are now more than 140 of them in eight states, with one wagon going as far away as Scotland.