When Easton LaChappelle was in ninth grade, he thought of a great idea to make a prosthetic limb to be sold for under a thousand dollars. Easton’s goal was to make his device affordable for anybody in need. After graduating from high school, Easton and some of his friends started a business called Unlimited Tomorrow, where they have the capacity to “change the world.” I am excited to hear Mr. LaChapelle share in the thought that his invention is “bigger than him” and he is choosing to give it away for free for the world to use. It’s important for us, as a human race to realize that the more we help others, the more it benefits all of mankind. We are in this together, the impact of giving can and is what makes the world a better place. I am proud of Easton and his friends for being the conduits for our next generations. Easton has created a Gofundme account to help with the work of a 3D Printing Advanced Prosthetic. If you would like to donate, click here.