Answer by Joe Cross · Mar 16 at 07:19 PM
Enable Community Foundation (ECF) recently posted a letter, which you can read here http://www.enablecommunityfoundation.org/announcement
Since ECF never represented, funded or spoke for e-NABLE, this letter does not impact ANY other organization, website, Facebook page, or Google+ group associated with e-NABLE. The e-NABLE community continues with no change.
Answer by Joe Cross · Nov 21, 2016 at 12:27 PM
e-NABLE is a group of individuals and teams that self-fund the creation and delivery of 3D-printed devices for people in need. There is no company or non-profit behind e-NABLE, just a large group of people working together.
To allow e-NABLE to get vendor discounts, sponsorships, tax-exempt donations and other arrangements, several non-profit groups have been created throughout the world. Each of these non-profits has a different focus and structure. Enable Outreach, for example, provides cash and in-kind grants to eNABLE chapters to help them get filament and other supplies in areas that don't have easy access to Amazon. ECF, on the other hand, accepts pre-built devices and delivers them directly to recipients.
To support all of these groups, the enablingthefuture.org web site (and Faceebook page) publishes inspriring stories and educaitonal articles about e-NABLE.
Answer by Joe Cross · Nov 21, 2016 at 12:30 PM
If you have been asked to mail your test hand to someone, you are likely working with ECF. The e-NABLE community does not require you to mail in your test hand. ECF has separate requirements from the e-NABLE community. You will have to contact ECF directly to get updates on the status of your test hand or any other devices that you have mailed them.