April 18, 2016

About Us

Our Mission 
To serve real human needs with practical 3D printing.

Our Vision 
To restore hope, hearing, and mobility.

 

Our Core Values

Treasuring each person
Hard Work there is no substitute
Integrity in everything
Perseverance to overcome challenges
Adaptive to a change

 

Our Organization:

3dp4me, means 3D Printing for “Me/Middle East”.

We serve the local poor, refugees, and those who are challenged by a variety of disabilities.

We use industry specific 3D printers, 3D scanning technology, and CAD modeling software. These tools work in concert to provide clear solutions that exceed traditional methods in speed, operational efficiencies, and distribution.

We provide access to high-quality, affordable, customized 3D-printed ear molds for hearing aids.

*Hearing Aids are provided by partner organization.

Right now we are an all volunteer organization, with no paid staff. In the future, we plan to hire a talented staff and grow to scale. 3dp4me was founded in 2016 and incorporated in the State of California as non-profit organization. 

Employer Identification Number (EIN) # 81-3117104

 

One goal. Many partners. Exponential impact.

We believe that mission impact will only happen when we work in collaboration with trusted partners.

 

Our Future Plan:

We will to collaborate with others to provide 3D printed prosthetic solutions using Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) 3D printing technology.

 

Our Timeline

Bill Allen, our new Chief Operating Officer (COO) / Treasurer

September 27, 2017

Bill Allen, our new Chief Operating Officer (COO) / Treasurer

Bret Hanson one of our board member’s, referred Bill to us. Bill comes to us with dynamic set of skills we need during our start up phase. He brings fresh incite into our operational and strategic planning process. We are so grateful to have Bill join our team! Image by Graphiqastock/Freepik

When is the last time you got good news from the IRS?

August 29, 2017

When is the last time you got good news from the IRS?

3dp4me is excited to announce that we received our 501c3 tax exempt approval from the IRS. (Image by Asierromero / Freepik)

IRS Application Submitted

March 20, 2017

IRS Application Submitted

The IRS confirmed our application was received in the mail. (Image by jigsawstocker)

Lantos Technologies on Board

January 6, 2017

Lantos Technologies on Board

Jason received an email from Dr. Brian Fligor of Lantos Technologies, expressing his interest in working with 3dp4me.

Incorporated in California

May 19, 2016

Incorporated in California

The state of California approved 3dp4me as a corporation. (Image by Frimufilms)

Board of Directors Formed

March 10, 2016

Board of Directors Formed

Jason assembled a group of high-character individuals, whom he had known for a long time. There is a scripture that says, “A good name is more desirable than great riches.” (Thank you, gentlemen, for investing your time and energy into this journey.) (Image by ijeab)

Br. Andrew on Board

December 1, 2015

Jason met Brother Andrew for the first time. He was deeply inspired by this man’s heart, his experience, and his longevity in the country – 40 years of significant impact on the lives of thousands of people in Jordan. That day they launched friendship, that has turned into a partnership.

Gregor Ash & Mike Fanning on Board

May 1, 2015

Gregor Ash & Mike Fanning on Board

Jason spoke to Mike Fanning on the phone and shared the idea he had for a project using 3D printing in Jordan. Fanning soon introduced him to Gregor Ash. Since then Fanning and Ash have invested over a 1,000 hours to coach Jason on 3D printing and share their material science expertise with him. In the summer of 2016, the three met in Canada for a time of specific training. Now they are both advisors for 3dp4me, and Jason consider’s it an honor to have them as a part of his team! (Image by Freepik)

3DP4ME Idea Conceived

March 1, 2015

3DP4ME Idea Conceived

The idea of 3dp4me was initially developed with the mission to “serve real human needs with practical 3D printing.” (Image by Freepik)