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Did you know?

Every year, 28-billion pounds of plastic ends up in our ocean AND Approximately 40 million people in the developing world are in need of prosthetic limbs yet only five percent have any prosthetic options.

The Million Waves Project brings together two unacceptable global issues and provides a sustainable and smart solution.

How It Works

The Million Waves Project brings together two unacceptable global situations and offers a practical and sustainable solution. We take recycled plastic cleaned from the ocean and turn it into 3D printable material. Then, through an open app we connect with individuals in need of a prosthetic and print a custom hand, arm or single digit exactly to their specifications. Each prosthetic costs approximately $45 dollars to source, print and deliver. 


With your generous donation you can help clean our oceans and provide individuals the ability to go back to work for their families, back to playing with their friends and do daily tasks they are otherwise unable to do on their own. 

Check an incredible video from our Earth Day event last year with NOAA Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary and Washington CoastSavers 

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By donating or buying our product you will help clean our oceans and

we will be able to print prosthetics to help people.

Are you ready to get involved? Purchase a

 key chain and sponsor one 3D printed limb. 

*Only available in the US. All other countries can make donations below

Take a look at the amazing people you have helped!

No matter how big or small your contribution, you are a part of the Million Waves Project


You can also donate!

100% of proceeds go toward printing materials, shipping, sizing and the creation of the prosthetic. A small portion of the donation will be allocated toward the research and development of 3-D printed wheelchairs. 

Make a Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, or Diamond donation to be featured on our website!


If the amount you want to donate is not shown below or if you want to donate regularly, you can choose to make a custom or reoccurring donation.

 If you would like to donate by check please make the check payable to

Million Waves Project and mail it to 2401 WestWood Dr. Anacortes, WA 98221.

*Be sure to include a return address for your tax deductible receipt

The Million Waves team would like to say THANK YOU to 

all our amazing



Vicki McManus Peterson 

Maggie Barnes


Karen Holert

Stan Kaye

Ryan Seacrest

Annette Shaffer
Jeff Hernandez


Angela Hall 

Carol Grothe

Laura Kelly

Brian Martin


Lorna McPherren

Toni Bowers

Maranda Farsovitch



Girls Gone Wod Podcast

Maren Dvorack

Elizabeth Dunshee

Toni Bowers

William West

Richard West

Vickie Quinley

Jennifer Nakasato

David Schultz

Dennis Zimmerman

Ann Quinley

Brian Freeman

Jeffrey Carbone

Janet Drielick

Amanda Adams

Karen Bell

Sara Marks


Amy Dull

Kimberly Ortoff

Sharon Boyer

Cynthia Morris

Darlene Peterson

Alex McCall

Karen Demsey

Richard Hebert

Theresa Chester

Cindy Huffman

Charlotte Milch

Cassandra Washburn

Jonathan Fasselius

Lori Savage

Bill & Becky Marks

Brent Piatti



Stacey Hicks

Tara Ward

Dan Stanley

Rosemary Hugen

Katherine Harris

Rich Lubicz

Elliot & Molly Johnson

Rachel Campbell

Kim Sweeney

Kenneth Nathan

Marilyn Neuerburg

Bryan LeBlanc


Latest news

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New initiative takes reclaimed ocean plastic and uses it to 3D print custom prosthetic limbs for children.

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The Million Waves Project launches on Earth Day, giving new life to the ocean and to kids

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The Million Waves Project launches on Earth Day, giving new life to the ocean and to kids

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