Weʼre raising £30,000 to fund the Sanjay Mortimer Foundation. A source of funding to support gifted potential engineers with SEN's, especially ADHD
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Our dear friend and E3D co-founder Sanjay Mortimer tragically passed away last year at the age of 32. Sanjay’s reach was global, and news of his death sent shock waves around the world. His legacy must live on, so we’ve launched a charitable foundation in his memory to support gifted potential engineers, who may not be able to progress without funding, and for whom mainstream education may not be working in some way, with a focus on those with ADHD.
Sanjay himself suffered from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). He was always open about this condition and the challenges it brought, and he was determined to not let it define him.
Those who knew Sanjay up close could quickly see he was a visionary with a brilliant mind. His capacity to think unconventionally drove much of the progress our company and the 3D printing industry has enjoyed. The way he addressed this condition and the success he achieved, combined with his immense passion for 3D printing, are why we've formed the Sanjay Mortimer Foundation (SMF).
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Jun 27, 2022
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To the best boss in the world. We're going to make you proud and carry out your vision. Sleep well with the angels. T x
All of the Ask4Support Team + Zac & Reeva
Jun 14, 2022
We were all deeply saddened last year when we heard the news of Sanjay, he was a uniquely gifted person and he will live on through all of you. Wishing you all the best with your foundation!
Jason & the HGF team
Jun 13, 2022
Sanjay's infectious enthusiasm for the industry, and E3D's role in pushing it forward was inspiring. The foundation is a fitting legacy.
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