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Kids, Camp, and Recorders For All

Since 2000, the Amputee Coalition has provided a safe place for kids to learn more about living with limb loss and limb difference. Today, it has evolved to a traditional and supportive summer camp experience — the Paddy Rossbach Youth Camp — with a focus on the campers increasing their self-confidence and self-esteem.

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Recorders For All Non-Profit Spotlight: Born Just Right

Our non-profit of the week, Born Just Right, builds creative solutions that help kids with disabilities live a more enjoyable life. They believe giving kids design knowledge empowers them to create their own solutions.

Born Just Right is focused on three major outcomes:

  • Raise awareness about the power of design.
  • Identify and support inclusive designers & brands.
  • Support and grow a design community for kids and parents to help foster learning.

Born Just Right partners with makers and designers from across the country. They love to ...

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Recorders For All Non-Profit Spotlight: The Aussie Hands Foundation

The Aussie Hands Foundation, a volunteer organization of family members, caregivers, associated professionals, and other interested people, is our non-profit spotlight this week. Throughout Australia, they provide support, understanding and encouragement to individuals with a hand difference.

The Aussie Hands Foundation received a donation of 50 adaptive recorders, funded through our generous Kickstarter backers. These specialized instruments will be provided to children with hand differences in Australia—which is music to our ears here at Makers4Good!

The Aussie Hands Foundation's Julie McNally says:

I ...

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Recorders For All Non-Profit Spotlight: The Amputee Coalition

Our non-profit of the week is The Amputee Coalition. Their mission is to reach out to and empower people affected by limb loss and to help them achieve their full potential through education, support and advocacy.

The Amputee Coalition works to:

  • Make community connections to provide support and resources to people facing limb loss;
  • Provide trustworthy information and tools to help people live life to the fullest;
  • Lead policy and legislative efforts that benefit the limb loss community through research, advocacy, and access to care ...

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Recorders For All Non-Profit Spotlight: The Lucky Fin Project

Our non-profit of the week, the Lucky Fin Project, raises awareness and celebrates children and individuals born with limb differences. The Lucky Fin Project:

  • Creates a support network for parents across the U.S. and around the world. Links parents to medical information and resources.
  • Provides education on limb differences.
  • Financially supports efforts for children to attend specialized camps, obtain prosthetics, and to fund other organizations within the limb difference community.

The Lucky Fin Project received a supply of 50 adaptive recorders, funded through our ...

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