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Hailey's Hand

$7,630
25%
Raised toward our $30,000 Goal
25 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on November 13, at 11:59 PM PST
Project Owners

Anonymous

$50

Nov 02, 2017

Rebecca

James

$25

Oct 31, 2017

Sam

Palmer

$25

Oct 28, 2017

Anonymous

$25

Oct 28, 2017

Anonymous

In Memory of Nadeemeh Rustom

$1,000

Oct 28, 2017

Anonymous

In Memory of My mother who loved to bring joy to children

$50

Oct 28, 2017

Anonymous

$5

Oct 28, 2017

Diana Reyes

In Honor of UNLV Alum C/O 2011

Oct 28, 2017

Anonymous

$100

Oct 28, 2017

Kwang

KIM

$100

Oct 28, 2017

Franklin

Rymon

$10

Oct 28, 2017

Amy

Magee

Oct 27, 2017

Jesse and Michele Herrera

In Honor of Hailey’s Hand Project

$500

Oct 27, 2017

Carmen

Gilbert

Oct 25, 2017

Thomas

Anderson

$100

Oct 04, 2017

Anonymous

Oct 04, 2017

David

Pokorny

Oct 04, 2017

Nancy

Rapoport

Oct 04, 2017

William

Miller

$100

Sep 23, 2017

Anonymous

$10

Sep 21, 2017

Mohamed & Salma

Trabia

Sep 20, 2017

Tina

Kunzer-Murphy

$100

Sep 20, 2017

AECOM

$5,000

Sep 19, 2017

Len

Jessup

Sep 19, 2017

Anonymous

$25

Sep 18, 2017
Levels
Choose a giving level

$5

High Five

Thank you for helping make robotic high fives a reality for children like Hailey!

$10

All Ten Fingers

Each gift brings us closer to realizing our full campaign goal.

$25

Teamwork

Building a hand requires effort, support and expertise from many throughout the community. Thank you for being a part of our team!

$50

Time

Each hand takes over 80 hours to fit, mold and produce. Your gift helps support the development of robotic 3-D printed prosthetic hands for children like Hailey!

$100

Research

The robotic hand has a series of small pulley systems that mimic fingers opening and closing. Research continues to improve the movement with eventual plans for a motorized system. Gifts at this level will impact continued research for more children.

$250

Materials

Materials for each hand include special plastic compounds and movable joints that mimic knuckles. Your gift helps pay for materials to build the 3-D printed hands that enable children to grasp bicycle handles, throw baseballs, and even hold their parents' hands.

$500

Innovation

Initially, researchers thought that one of roughly 100 hand designs already developed and available to the public would be a perfect fit for Hailey. When none were, the team started from scratch, creating a customized hand blending design ideas and materials found around the world.

$1,000

Equipment

Each hand requires multiple versions and the current 3-D printer is shared. Gifts at this level will help bring a dedicated printer for Hailey's Hand research.

$5,000

Whole Hand

A gift at this level provides a single child a 3-D printed hand! It covers the cost of materials, lab time and students. You have given a whole hand. Thank you!

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