We had an incredible time at the Lucky Fin Project Weekend, getting to know and speaking with amazing individuals with limb differences. Learn More About Lucky Fin Project Meet Grayson, One of 100 “Hi, my name is Grayson, I am 8 years old, and I live in Texas with my mommy, daddy, and two brothers.…
Caldwell is a 15-year-old honor student who loves being outside and playing video games. He has a passion for history and hopes to become a history professor in the future.
Abby is 30 years old and was born without her right hand. Abby has always been socially active as well as active in sports, music, and other creative arts.
Myleigh was born without her right arm, but that doesn’t stop her from learning to play the piano and climbing really high trees in her backyard.
Zoe is a free-spirited 13-year-old girl who loves spending time with friends and family. Zoe is an aspiring actress and dancer, and even though she is living with a limb difference, Zoe doesn’t let the opinions of others get in the way of her passion for theatre and dance.
Momo is an 11-year-old girl who was born with Amniotic Band Syndrome resulting in the loss of her right hand.
To our Supporters, Thank you. For making the 100 Tomorrows campaign a success. For sharing in our mission to bring down the barriers between amputees and the lives they want to live. The objective was simple — raise the funding for 100 of our next-generation prosthetics, to be given to 100 individuals by the…
Rock climbing has always been a huge factor in keeping me in shape and help strengthen my right arm. With this, climbing has helped me mentally in bringing me to a new level of confidence and mental strength.