Ways to Give
Thank you for coming to this page to find out how you can sustain the work of this community and the e-NABLE Movement!
The ENABLE Alliance has been designated by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, tax exempt. Your donations are tax deductible.
eNABLE volunteers usually are self funded. Your can be the difference between people getting devices and access to technology or perpetuating need. Its that simple.
Your return on your investment is huge: touching the lives of people who need the devices, their families, and us, the community that collaborates with need-knowers and device users to make the next device better than the one that came before.
The e-NABLE community engages in distance learning, makes multimedia materials, advances community research and development, makes open source devices and gives them away for free. Maria Esquela, Ivan Owen and others created the Enable Alliance to sustain and grow the resources for the whole community, including the website at the heart of our community: www.enablingthefuture. org. We also would like to serve as a fiscal sponsor if possible, and pass through the entire contribution received to the donors’ intended project.
Together we can help more people faster, share the knowledge and feedback that grows our skills, and nurture professional and emerging scientists in our community.
A small portion of your donation will be used to pay for Paypal’s processing.
Network for Good: Support Device Recipients and Candidates at Camp eNABLE, or Make Your Own Campaign
Celebrate the e-NABLE community and movement and consider targeted giving on e-NABLE’s own crowdfunding platform. e-NABLE Alliance is committed to holding more recipient oriented events in 2020 as part of its Camp e-NABLE programming. We have partnered with Different Heroes, which also tracks device recipient feedback and outcomes while preserving the privacy of device users and their families.
Designating support for Camp e-NABLE directly helps device candidates and recipients who make their own assistive device, and people who need access to technology and mentors to make a device to give someone who needs it – all in the context of collaborating together with advisors and trained staff, and enjoying camp fun. It also helps the families of children with limb differences to enjoy fun activities that are also functional tests and ways to develop workforce skills in service projects.
We Network for Good to launch our own giving campaigns and help members of the community find their voice. You can tell your own story and launch your own challenges and fundraising campaigns and updates, too. As a 501(c)3, we can act as your fiscal sponsor, collecting tax deductible donations on your behalf. You can continue to update your page with pictures and text to update people following your progress and your work.
Network for Good pages make it easy to direct and customize giving. Individuals and chapters can post needs, describe activities, research projects or workgroups, chapter development or mission trips. After their page is reviewed and approved, they can link to their crowdfunding campaign.
If you would like to tell your own story and have your own giving challenge, follow step-by step prompts and editing templates of text. Create links you can share with others. You can also generate a quick code to embed your campaign elsewhere on the web.
Donors can give any amount on a one-time or recurring basis.
Please consider recurring giving, because this helps with planning projects and directing support to the areas you are concerned about:
- The general fundraising effort for the Enable Alliance
- Support for Christian Silva and Fabrilab in Bogota, Columbia.
- RJ’s Plantation, Florida Mission Project in India
- During Giving Tuesday and this holiday season, our eNABLE Alliance campaign supports our partnership with Different Heroes and Camp e-NABLE Programs.
Wire Transfers: our routing number is 052001633. Our account number is 4460 0384 8840.
Donors will need the following information:
Organization Name: Alliance for Project Based Learning Solutions, Inc.
Incorporation Information: Incorporated in Baltimore, Maryland, June 2017
Trade Name: e-NABLE Alliance / Enable Alliance / ENABLE ALLIANCE
Board Members: Maria Esquela, Ivan Owen, Peter Binkley, Janet Fofang, Tracye Johnson
Checks can be sent to:
5305 Village Center Drive, Suite 206
Columbia, MD 21044
- Devices completed or in progress,
- 3D Printers, Scanners, Laptops,
- Filament, Tools, Shipping Materials, and Materials
In other regions we can direct donations to distribution hubs for computers, scanners, printers. Please contact CampENABLE@ gmail.com for more information.
Please direct in-kind donations to:
eNABLE Living Classroom
SUNY Polytechnic Institute
College of Engineering
ATTN Robert Payne
100 Seymour Ave.
Utica, NY 13502
Cars, Boats, Recreational Vehicles, etc.
If you are in the United States and are interested in donating cars, boats or rv’s, please give through:
Established in 1996, The Original 1-800-Charity Cars, www.800CharityCars.org (
Facebook: Make a Personal Giving Campaign
Facebook users can create their own campaigns for e-NABLE on Facebook. You can do this at anytime, but you may notice prompts for Giving Tuesday, birthdays, etc. You can select The Alliance for Project-Based Learning Solutions, DBA E-NABLE Alliance as your charity. Donations are tax deductible and can be directed according to the giver’s wishes.