Ayúdame3D is a Spanish organization that uses 3D printing technology to help vulnerable groups around the world. It carries out technological-social programs in schools and companies and uses the profits to manufacture 3D printed arms, called trésdesis, and other aids that it provides free of charge to people with disabilities. These aids reduce the inequality they face, improve their quality of life and provide better opportunities for employability and schooling.
Destination of proceeds:
Design, manufacture and delivery of trésdesis, 3D printed arms to people with disabilities anywhere in the world. For every 1,000 euros raised, two people can be helped in the design, manufacture, delivery anywhere in the world and long-term monitoring of their trésdesis (3D printed arm) and its proper use to improve their quality of life.