There are many ways in which you can help support our growing e-NABLE Community!

Please take a moment to look through the various ways in which you can help support our global community of e-NABLE Volunteers.

Whether you would like to make a one time gift to help support and grow the website, purchase gift cards to help provide materials and 3D printers to our e-NABLE chapters who have the most need or would like to donate directly to a specific e-NABLE Chapter, we have listed many different options below for you to check out!

Thank you for your continued support and encouragement as our e-NABLE Volunteer network grows and reaches out into the world to “Give A Helping Hand” to those in need of 3D printed assistive devices.

We could not do this without your help and generous gifts!


Matterhackers has created a Sponsorship Program to help support the needs of our growing e-NABLE Community. You can now purchase gift cards to Matterhackers that will be used to pay for filament, assembly kits and 3D printers for our volunteers and families in need.

Click below to find out more:


Choose from one time gift options below and earn a digital badge to display on your social media pages while helping to support this website and the work being done by our global e-NABLE Community.

All donations made will be used to help pay for upkeep, hosting, support and continued content creation for this website. Your donation helps to ensure that the 3D printable hand, arm and tools files, resources, stories, contests, educational materials, images, tutorials, instructions and support for those reaching out to the e-NABLE Community for assistance, can continue to thrive and help as many people as possible.

Your gift of $5, $10 or $25 earns you a Sponsor Badge.
Your gift of $100 earns you a “Gold Sponsor” Badge.









Please click on the Gift you would like to give below! Once you have given your gift, wait a few moments and you will be directed to the website where you can claim  your badges!


Visit Our Online Store!
All items in our store are hand made by volunteers and 100% of proceeds goes toward helping support the website as well as e-NABLE Outreach, an official non-profit group that focuses on supporting the global e-NABLE Chapters.


e-NABLE Outreach
e-NABLE Outreach is a 501(c)(3) non-profit group that focuses on sustaining Chapters via grants, logistics support and coaching.  100% of your donation goes to e-NABLE chapters and it is tax deductible within the USA.
Donate HERE.


Amazon Smile:
Every purchase you make through Amazon Smile helps the global e-NABLE Community Chapters by donating 0.5% of your total purchase price to e-NABLE Outreach!

Amos, a student at Arlington Academy of Hope in Bududa district of Uganda, receives a prothetic arm that was 3D printed for him at Marymount University. Professor Elizabeth Langran brought and fitted the arm for him. (photo by Kate Lord)

Amos, a student at Arlington Academy of Hope in Bududa district of Uganda, receives a prothetic arm that was 3D printed for him at Marymount University. Professor Elizabeth Langran brought and fitted the arm for him. (photo by Kate Lord)

Purchase 3D printers and filaments through our website!
We have teamed up with Matterhackers to provide a few deals for those who are seeking to purchase a 3D printer for their schools or homes and businesses, specifically wishing to help the e-NABLE Community and movement. When you purchase an item from our 3D printing page, a small portion of your sale goes toward helping keep alive and assisting our volunteers all over the world!

If you contact Matterhackers directly – please let them know sent you and ask to speak to Mara! All purchases referred to them through this website will help!

e-NABLE Chapters

You can donate directly to many of our local chapters.  Click HERE to see a map of chapters with links to their donation pages.



This is a privately owned website operated by Jen Owen, an e-NABLE Community Volunteer and wife of Ivan Owen. Ivan co-designed the first 3D printed hand for a young boy named Liam who was born missing fingers.

Jen started this blog in January of 2013 and continually updates the website with new designs, tutorials, assembly instructions, resources and stories from the Community so that those in need or who want to join and help, can find the information they need to help us in our mission to “Give The World A Helping Hand.”

Supporting or sponsoring this website makes it possible for Jen to devote her time and attention to maintaining this community resource.The e-NABLE Community is made up of thousands of engineers, teachers, students, designers, artists, philanthropists, scout troops, tinkerers, machinists, technology enthusiasts, bio-engineering majors, scientists, medical professionals, parents, children and dreamers from around the world who are using their 3D printers and donating their time and materials to make it possible to create and gift 3D printed assistive devices for those who were born missing fingers and hands or who have lost them due to war, natural disaster or disease.

All of the community’s designs are open-source and free to download so that anyone, anywhere with access to the necessary technologies can create a device for themselves or someone in need.

Thank you for believing in this global Community and our hope to make a difference!

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead


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