If you are looking for ways to give this year and would like to help make some dreams come true for children and adults who are waiting for their own 3D printed E-Nable hand but do not have your own 3D printer to make them yourself, please know there are many other ways in which you can “Give a helping hand” to someone in need or want of a 3D printed hand!
How can you help?
– Purchasing gift cards that can be used to buy rolls of
Your gift of one roll of the filament can produce up to 4-5 fully assembled e-NABLE hands.
– Gift a hand assembly kit to a school or e-NABLE Volunteers and chapter groups.
We can always use help purchasing the materials needed to assemble the hands and arms!
We also have a lot of students and teachers want to incorporate e-NABLE into their classrooms but need help purchasing the assembly pieces for the hands so that the kids in underserved schools can have
– Make a small
Every $5 gift helps!
If you would like to make a gift in honor of or memory of someone, please let us know and we can add them to our sponsors’ page!
– For large companies or donors who would like to donate to our 501C3’s for tax deduction options, your gifts reach very far and make a huge difference in the lives of hundreds and thousands. If you are a company who would like to sponsor and support with a larger gift, please let us know!
– Visit the gift shop and purchase a shirt or mug or other items that help support some of our e-NABLE Volunteers.
– Purchase your 3D printers or filament through our website!
When you want to purchase a new printer or need filament – purchase through the affiliate links through
– Share with your followers and family and friends who might want to help gift some e-NABLE Love this year!
For information on how to do any and all of these things, please visit our donations page!
Happy holidays to you and yours!
May your new year be full of beauty, laughter, creativity, imagination and inspiration!
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margarett Mead