Forty million people in the world are amputees but only five percent can access prosthetic care due to high costs. Easton LaChappelle, founder and CEO of Unlimited Tomorrow, wanted to change that. At 18, he enlisted the help of several celebrities to jumpstart his startup company. Today, the prosthetics company provides care that is entirely in-house, thus reducing costs by 90%. Patients are shipped company technology to scan their limb at home. Measurements are then taken until comfort is ensured. The prosthetic limb is then 3-D printed and shipped to patients. Unlimited Tomorrow has made over a hundred limbs. LaChappelle is uplifted when he hears how patients can walk their dog the first time or roll down their long-sleeved shirts for the first time. "It's those small moments that ignite what I'm doing here," he says.