A Helping Hand: UNCG Students Create Inclusive Communities

The Helping Hand Project (HHP) student chapter at UNC Greensboro uses 3D printing to provide recreational prosthetic devices to children with limb differences. While the students create these items at no cost to families, they are also building an inclusive community support system for parents. The HHP nonprofit organization hosts biannual family get-togethers for the children they have helped and their families, which allows the kids to connect with other children that also have a limb difference. The HHP student chapter helps the nonprofit organization plan the details of the event, such as creating activities for the children. This support network becomes a resource and reminds families they are not alone.  Started by Chris Cotter, a post-baccalaureate student at UNCG in 2019, the student group has been popular on campus and in the community. While improving the quality of life for children is the focus of this group — it’s inside the Digital Media Commons (DMC) on the lower level o

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