It’s true that some of the most meaningful business start small. TinySuperheroes started when
Robyn Rosenberger’s nephew was celebrating his 2nd birthday and she made him a superhero
cape. The capes became a hobby and Rosenberger started to make them for other people she
knew. One day something sparked and she realized that the capes she made for fun could
become something bigger. Swooping into action, Rosenberger started TinySuperheroes! In the
organization’s first year, over 4,000 capes were sent to all 50 states and 16 different countries.
The capes instantly transformed children with cancer, heart defects, epilepsy, rare diseases and
autism into the Superheroes that they truly are.
TinySuperheros has absolutely soared in the three years that the organization has been
bringing good to the world! Last month TinySuperheroes was awarded the Arch Grant. The Arch
Grant is a “nonprofit organization that accelerates economic development by providing $50,000
equity-free grants and pro bono support services to entrepreneurs who locate their early-stage
businesses in St. Louis.” Only nine companies were recipients of this round of grants, including
The impact TinySuperheroes has had on children all over the world is truly inspiring. Visit
tinysuperheroes.com to read the stories of Super Kids or to become a superhero yourself by
buying a cape or making a donation.