Through partnerships with prosthetic clinics across the country, Limbs for Life provided payments of $676,000 to help over 2,160 clients get back on their feet in 2017. Collaborating clinics in 23 states provided prosthetic limbs, fittings, adjustments and additional services for a fixed contract price to clients who have been approved for services from our foundation. Clinics donate their time and talents to help the amputees. Limbs for Life Foundation shares components and parts as available and provides a financial bridge between low-income amputees and the clinics providing the quality prosthetic care needed. With appropriate care and assistance, amputees have the opportunity for a productive and independent lifestyle.

Limbs for Life will pay $2,500 for a below-knee prosthetic and $3,500 for an above-knee device. The specific terms and agreement for the clinic are included in the Client Application. The clinic portion must be completed by the partner clinic and submitted with the client application.

Client Application


Limbs for Life can provide used component parts, at no cost, to prosthetic clinics and practitioners willing to fabricate a limb for an amputee in need. We also partner with clinicians who travel abroad to do mission work in foreign countries. Request components and parts below for an existing LFL client or for another low income patient who does not have resources for a replacement part or accessory.

Click Componentry Request Form 2018 to download now.

We are happy to speak with you and answer any questions.
Please call 1-888-235-5462 or email admin@limbsforlife.org.


Limbs for Life Foundation enjoys support from many community partners, organizations and groups.  From volunteering in the office or at events, to hosting events and activities on our behalf, to supporting Limbs for Life through employee giving programs in the workplace, support for Limbs for Life is vital to our success in providing limbs for amputees in need.

Tuesdays with…..

In 2016, we introduced Tuesdays with Adrianne, a casual cocktail reception held at Plenty Mercantile in Oklahoma City.  The event featured Boston Marathon survivor, ballroom dancer and motivational speaker Adrianne Haslet, now a Limbs for Life Board Member.  The evening was a huge success educating many new friends about the mission of Limbs for Life and the challenges facing many amputees.  Tuesdays returned September 12, 2017 and featured J Dee Marinko and Charlie Swearingen, members of the U.S.A. Men’s Sitting Volleyball Team who competed in the Rio Paralympics last year.  Their motivational and entertaining presentation brought more new support to Limbs for Life and our mission.


Each fall teams of golfers tee up to support Limbs for Life in this annual event.  The 2018 Limbs for Life Benefit Golf Tournament will be October 15 at Gaillardia Country Club.  We welcome our new Presenting Sponsor, Orthopedic Associates.  For team or sponsorship information, contact Shelley at 405-286-5027 or sdutton@limbsforlife.org.

Our thanks to the 2017 Sponsors.  We look forward to seeing you back this year-

  • Scott Sabolich Prosthetics & Research
  • Maccini Construction Company
  • Chili’s
  • Eskridge Lexus of Oklahoma City
  • Territory Resources
  • Ottobock
  • H.S.I. Sensing, Inc.
  • MidFirst Bank
  • Legend Energy Services, LLC
  • Valliance Bank
  • WillowWood
  • Scout Benefits Group
  • U Build It
  • Cantera Concrete
  • Statewide Painting
  • United Mechanical
  • Cascade Orthopedic
  • United Land Company, LLC


UCO Endeavor Games is a nationally recognized competition that allows all athletes with physical disabilities to participate in a multi-sport event.  Limbs for Life is proud to partner in this event and host the annual Welcome Picnic for the games on June 7 in Edmond, OK.
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Limbs for Life is a global nonprofit organization whose core focus is provision of quality prosthetic care to amputees who do not have resources to obtain it. Raising awareness of challenges facing amputees and educating the public about the abilities restored to the individual through prosthetic care is also critical to our mission. The Foundation is a resource for limb loss awareness and a partner to the prosthetic care industry to meet the needs of this specific amputee community.

Relationships in the business sector help broaden awareness of the organization and the need for quality prosthetic care. Sponsorship of events and partnerships to raise awareness support our ongoing mission. Join our Corporate Partners in support of Limbs for Life Foundation.


ReKind, provides valuable resources to the nonprofit community by eliminating excessive disposal fees incurred by the business community and moving excess inventory into the hands of partner nonprofits.

“The world needs more than good intentions. Turning our talents, passions, and resources to nonprofits & businesses that make the world a better place is a founding principle of BLUSOURCE. After all, we’re in this together.”




An important part of our program at Limbs for Life is to provide used prosthetic components to developing countries. Each week Limbs for Life receives shipments of used limbs that are no longer needed by the original client. The limbs are dismantled and broken down into component parts and made available for worldwide humanitarian efforts led by foundations, groups and individuals. While laws regulate reuse of certain components in the United States, many items may be utilized in foreign countries. Our partnerships with prosthetic clinics and several non-profit agencies around the globe allow Limbs for Life, based in Oklahoma-City, to impact the lives of amputees on four continents.

Partnerships exist and have served clients in the following countries:

Dominican Republic

International Resources:

I am Tadiwanashe Mavura. How are you? I am super fine. I want to thank you so much for everything you have done for me in order to walk again. I am so grateful for the pieces you sent me.  I can’t wait for the day I am going to use my new leg.  Thank you again for the books and dolls. The only problem is my young sister who is taking the dolls from me.  She runs away with them because she knows I can’t catch up with her.  Again thank you so much.  I wish I could see you and your friends in person one day in America. Hope you saw my photos my mum sent you.
Pass my greetings and appreciation to all who contributed towards this special gift. 
Loving friend,