Success Stories

Getting amputees back on their feet. 

Greg with Gratitude

Greg with Gratitude

Words are not enough to show my appreciation for what the organization has done for me. I truly believe I would have given up on life without this ability. Thank God for your kindness and understanding, it will never be taken for granted, nor forgotten. Thank you so...

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Teamwork at it’s Finest

Teamwork at it’s Finest

Benson and his prosthetist, Dan Bastian with Progressive O & P in Albertson, NY are pictured. In late 2016 at age 33, Benson lost his leg in a transit train accident. Traversing the mental, physical and emotional trauma of limb loss, Benson met Dan, and began the...

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From the desk of our Warehouse Manager

As the past several months have unfolded, I have been amazed at the consistent and generous support of our clinic partners. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced virtually every industry to re-think, and in some cases, re-invent their approach. Limbs for Life has been no...

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Edmond (OK) High Schools “Common Thread” Philanthropy Effort

Limbs for Life was chosen as the Common Thread for three Edmond Public Schools high school fundraising weeks in 2022. Events sponsored by Edmond North H.S., Santa Fe H.S., and Edmond Memorial H.S. Raised over $700,000 benefitting three charities plus Limbs for Life, the Common Thread charity. We were thrilled to receive over $42,000 to fund new limbs for amputees in Oklahoma as a result of this incredible effforts by hundreds of students and the Edmond community. #CommonThread Edmond.

OSU Medical Student Partners with Limbs for Life

Our thanks to the Oklahoma State University Medical School and Samuel Shepard for their support in this Limb Collection Drive and Awareness Campaign to increase donations of used prosthetic limbs and parts to the Brooks Family LEGacy Room for distribution to others in need.   

View OK State article here.

View KOCO News feature here.