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Caeleigh’s Story

Caeleigh’s Story

‘People seem to think of what I can’t do, but actually they should think about how I might be beneficial as I see things differently.’ – Caeleigh Caeleigh wasn’t aware, until this year, of organisations like Aussie Hands and the Lucky Fin Project (USA) and finds...
Julian’s Story

Julian’s Story

Life can sometimes feel like a ride on the swings & roundabouts, but they aren’t necessarily the place you’d expect a coincidence like this to happen.  Early last year, Julian was enjoying time with his children at a local playground and noticed a young girl with...
Amelia’s Story

Amelia’s Story

Story of the Month – Shevaughn & Steph luckiest mums in the world Jacqueline Banki ‘Amelia fills us with the most love and joy we could ever have imagined. Her smile literally lights up a room and you can get lost for hours just staring into her eyes. We feel like...
Rico’s Story

Rico’s Story

People of all ages living with finger, hand and upper limb differences can be found worldwide. The Aussie Hands equivalent organisation in Switzerland is Pinocchio, and one young Swiss man is trying to share an often overlooked but important message for people living...
Mat’s Story

Mat’s Story

Mat Bowtell of FREE 3D Hands creating joy with his altruism and engineering expertise ‘When I was 9 years old, my younger brother had an electric water pistol which I decided to pull apart, make a few modifications and put back together.  The end result was brilliant...