We’re Redefining the Non-Profit system
We are setting the example by truly being a non-profit. We are providing an environment through our branded pink emergency vehicles, that is about love and hope first and money second. Our pink vehicles bring the feel of love and caring right to the doorstep of those in need of it most. In our program, we share our vehicles for free with communities, so they can fund raise and give 100% of the money to organizations that support those in need within their community.
Board of Directors
Seth Kallick was born and raised in Chicago IL, and was relocated to Northwest Arkansas in 1988. He is currently a Captain/Investigator of the Bella Vista Fire and EMS departments. He is married to Diane Kallick, and has five children and four grandchildren.
Greg Mills was born and raised in Rogers. He is a Firefighter Paramedic for the City of Bella Vista, and is married to Sarah Mills with one child.
Diane Kallick was born and raised in Janesville, WI. She moved to Northwest Arkansas in 1988. She has over 27 years of experience in retail analytical related work. Diane is married to Seth Kallick with two children, three step-children and four grandchildren.
Jamie Baggett was born and raised in Rogers, AR, and is a Firefighter/EMT for the City of Bella Vista and Fire Chief for the City of Pea Ridge. He is married to Jennifer Baggett and they have two sons.
Jennifer Baggett is originally from Joplin, MO and now lives in Pea Ridge, AR. She has worked in various Human Resources roles for a major retail company for the past 22 years. She is married to Jamie Baggett and they have two sons.
Sarah was born and raised in Northwest Arkansas. She teaches middle school Family & Consumer Sciences and Business in Rogers. Sarah is married to Greg Mills and they have one daughter.
The National Organization of Guardians of the Ribbon/Pink Heals Tour operates sovereign and independently from it’s chapters. Pink Heals Chapters across The United States and Canada operate independently and as their own legal entity. Each individual chapter operates business and events under the supervision of their own elected board (President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer) and a board of directors. Each individual chapter which carries the words “Pink Heals or Guardians of the Ribbon” within its business title is solely responsible for day to day operations, proper documentation of finances, and record keeping. We associate our Mission Statement, Articles of Association and Bylaws to act in accordance with each Chapter’s state and local laws. The National Organization of Guardians of the Ribbon Pink Heals Tour requires all chapters’ to operate ethically, honestly, and with transparency. A chapter which fails to operate ethically, honestly, and with transparency will constitute formal reprimand and will be issued a Cease and Desist order from the National Organization.