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When e-NABLE started really picking up steam in January of 2014 – we had about 300 volunteers who had joined our Google+ community and about 75 volunteers on our map who had signed up to help 3D print a hand for a child in need. e-NABLE has now grown into a world wide movement of nearly 5000 tinkerers, […]

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There really are no words to describe how much beauty has happened this year, thanks to our amazing volunteers, generous sponsors, wonderful families and the incredible individuals that all contributed to it all. Some of our biggest accomplishments of 2014: •We went from about 200 members of our e-NABLE family and community…to over 3200. • Together, we […]

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Last Saturday, in a gymnasium at the Chapelgate Christian Academy in Baltimore, MD – dozens and dozens of boy and girl scouts gathered and spent their free time working together to build e-NABLE hands for children around the world who are in need of upper limb assistive devices. Scouts as young at 5 years old chose […]

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“You know, DISABILITY is a funny word. Disability means you CAN’T do something. It’s not a disease…and it’s not even a property of a person. A person doesn’t have a disability…a person has a disability if he is in a world where he can’t do something. If I didn’t have glasses in a world in […]

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