At discovering hands we are always proud to be approached by dedicated young people who are interested in the field of social innovation. We believe that continuous knowledge sharing and collaboration with the young generation will leverage social entrepreneurship’s effort to change the world for the better. This year we were contacted by students at Trinity College Dublin who selected discovering hands as their end-of-term project: “discovering hands was an obvious choice for us, with their exceptionally innovative and inclusive approach. We were especially impressed with the dual benefit of their work: empowering visually impaired women to leverage their sensory super-powers creates meaningful employment on the one hand, and on the other hand saves lives through the early detection of breast cancer,” the students said. “The more we learned about discovering hands throughout our project, the more inspired we felt to one day use our own knowledge and skillset to make a positive impact on the world.”
While presenting their final project, the admiration for their cause was equally great in the audience, since discovering hands won the price for favorite Social Innovation. We at discovering hands were very impressed by the student’s dedication and professional work and wish them all the best for their upcoming projects.