What We Are Doing
We at TOM or Tikkun Olam Makers came together to develop and distribute open-source assistive technology for the elderly, veterans, and people living with disabilities. We have done so in 67 locations in 24 countries.
In the face of COVID-19, we focused our engineering and manufacturing efforts to develop and produce open source Personal Protective Equipment and medical supplies to protect essential workers and first responders.
Since April 1st, over 1,100 volunteer makers of our TOM Communities and our partner institutions have manufactured and donated more than 43,000 units of PPE at:
- Assisted Living & Senior Care Facilities;
- Fertility Clinics;
- Fire & Rescue Organizations;
- Hospitals & Medical Centers;
- Special Needs Education;
- Mental Health Facilities;
Click here to meet our makers, everyone we've helped, and follow our journey to #FaceCOV19Together.
How You Can Help
We started this campaign to help collect donations to cover the cost of 3D printing materials, other supplies and shipping for our volunteer makers and partners in the USA and Israel.
All the medical supplies and PPE designs are free to download at tomglobal.org, but to produce them our volunteers need more raw materials and other supplies to fill thousands of incoming orders.
With your help, we can increase PPE production to protect many more essential workers.
Charitable Donation Information
If you are interested in directly donating raw materials like 3D filament, elastic, etc. please contact email@example.com.
TOM is a core project of Reut USA - a non-profit organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Federal ID # 20-3585888. Contributions are tax-deductible in the USA to the extent allowed by law.
Who We've Helped
Amsterdam Nursing Home (USA) ￭ Ashkelon Coronavirus Hospital (Israel) ￭ Assaf HaRofeh Hospital (Israel) ￭ Association for Children At Risk (Israel) ￭ Beit Issie Shapiro (Israel) ￭ Benjamin Altman School for Autistic Children (Israel) ￭ Biomedical Technical Rapid Response Team and Montefiore Emergency Center (USA) ￭ Bushwick Center for Rehabilitation (USA) ￭ Century Tower - Center for Counseling Medicine - Tel Aviv (Israel) ￭ CityMD Paramus (USA) ￭ Clalit Health Fund (Israel) ￭ Department of Communication Disorders at Haifa Geriatric Rehabilitation Hospital (Israel) ￭ Druze Association Against Racism (Israel) ￭ Englewood Hospital (USA) ￭ Eshkol Gil Preschool for Special Needs Education (Israel) ￭ Ezer Mizion’s Children’s Division (Israel) ￭ Ezra Lemarpe Rehabilitation Center (Israel) ￭ Fourier Hospital (Israel) ￭ Gurwin Jewish Nursing Rehabilitation Center (USA) ￭ Ha'Arri School for Special Needs Education (Israel) ￭ Hadassah Hospital (Israel) ￭ Holy Name Teaneck (USA) ￭ IDF Field Hospitals (Israel) ￭ IDF Homefront Command (Israel) ￭ Israel Action Committee New Jersey (USA) ￭ Kalisher School for Special Needs Education (Israel) ￭ Kfar Saba Special Needs Education Department (Israel) ￭ Lenox Hill Hospital Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology (USA) ￭ Masks4Docs (Israel) ￭ MATI Local and Regional Support Center for Children with Special Needs (Israel) ￭ Meir Hospital (Israel) ￭ Misgav Special Needs Education Department (Israel) ￭ Mishan Assisted Living Centers (Israel) ￭ Morningside Nursing Home (USA) ￭ Mount Sinai East Neurosurgey (USA) ￭ Nahariya Hospital (Israel) ￭ Netanya Special Needs Education Department (Israel) ￭ Omer Special Needs Education Department (Israel) ￭ Onon School for Rehabilitative Social Education (Israel) ￭ Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care and Rehabilitation (USA) ￭ Reut Rehabilitation Hospital Tel Aviv (Israel) ￭ Safed Hospital (Israel) ￭ Shady Grove Fertility Clinic (USA) ￭ Sheba Hospital Rehabilitation Center and Preschool (Israel) ￭ Shirat HaLev School for Special Needs Education (Israel) ￭ Special Education School Apprentice (Israel) ￭ Tel Aviv Preschools for Special Needs Education (Israel) ￭ The Guild for Exceptional Children (USA) ￭ The New Jewish Home (USA) ￭ Valley Hospital (Israel) ￭ Wizo Assistive Living (Israel) ￭ Wolfson Medical Center (Israel) ￭ Workermen’s Circle Multicare Center (USA)