Lucky Fin Project – Ten Fingers Are Overrated.

Lucky Fin Project

Celebrating the wonderfully made, one “Lucky Fin” at a time.

What We Do

Celebrating the wonderfully made one “Lucky Fin” at a time.

In 2007 I gave birth to a healthy baby girl named Ryan. As much as each baby is unique, Ryan entered the world with an unexpected hand difference. The growth of her right hand had been stunted, her palm small and no fingers except a tiny thumb. We received painfully little information from health care professionals and my husband and I were left to search for answers on our own. Since then we now know Ryan’s hand difference is known medically as Symbrachydactyly.


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The Lucky Fin Project

– Creates a support network for parents across the U.S. and around the world. –
– Links parents to medical information and resources. –
– Provides education on limb differences. –

Financially support efforts for children attend specialized camps, obtain prosthetics, and to fund other organizations within the limb different community.

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Support Our Cause

Donations to the Lucky Fin Project are tax deductible* and can be mailed to:

Lucky Fin Project
1320 North Vermont Ave.
Royal Oak, MI. 48067
United States