View an interactive map from OKC to Odessa to gain perspective on the complexity of assisting Ukrainian amputees. 

With the escalation of the war in Ukraine, Limbs for Life began receiving inquiries about assistance for amputees- soldiers and civilians who lost limbs from the fighting and those who lost access to care due to destruction of facilities. 

 

The need for prosthetic care is increasing rapidly, with more people losing limbs and more clinics destroyed. Limbs for Life has joined a collaborative effort to address the prosthetic needs in Ukraine. Reports from within the country suggest as many as 8,000-10,000 individuals have lost limbs since the invasion, and many of the country's 400K existing amputees cannot access care. We continue to receive desperate appeals for aid from individuals and clinics.

 

A large shipment of prosthetic components, including 138 lbs. from our Limbs for Life Warehouse, left this week for Odesa, Ukraine, in collaboration with PENTA Medical Recycling.  *Scroll down to see the complex journey, tracked by our partners at PENTA, necessary to get critical support to amputees so desperate for our help. 

 

Your help is critical NOW- 

  • Donate used prosthetic limbs and parts to answer requests coming from Ukraine and continue support for US clients and clinic partners. 

  • Give Now! Your financial gift will maximize the impact of our response for Ukraine and meet the needs of additional amputees. 

Thank you! We appreciate your concern and your generosity to make this effort possible. 

Remember to scroll down to see the journey.

Read more about the collaborative effort for Ukrainian amputees from Amplitude.

Watch our interview with KOCO 5 News.

 

Donations, unless specified by the donor, are currently for general purposes and will advance our mission globally, as well as in Ukraine. We have not created a separate fund for operations in Ukraine, but general fundraising currently supports our work there. If you wish to make a restricted contribution, please contact admin@limbsforlife.org   

Thank you!