CJ

CJ

What we love most about this picture is that smile! Next would have to be that Ninja Turtle...
Samantha

Samantha

Where to begin, When we first started looking into POA for our daughter Samantha we hit the wall with insurance and all the costs to come from Michigan.  We also were told that she wasn’t ready for a running leg, boy did she prove them wrong.  We found out about...
Juliette

Juliette

Juliette was born with fibular hemimelia and congenital femoral deficiency. Having to decide  between amputation and limb lengthening was the most difficult decision ever had to make. Meeting and talking with other 50legs families allowed us to see the wonderful...
Zayden

Zayden

Zayden received a running prosthetic. His mom said, “Thank you, he has not stopped running since we...
Regan

Regan

Regan and her new Super Hero...
Ireland

Ireland

Ireland Nugent, a 2-year-old from Palm Harbor, was accidentally backed over her in the family’s driveway. After screams and disbelief, 911 calls and panicked help from neighbors, she was flown by helicopter to Tampa General Hospital, one hand sliced open, both...
Raekwon

Raekwon

Raekwon, 18 years old of South Carolina lost his leg in a tragic accident which began with a case of mistaken identity. Deaf since birth, Raekwon didn’t hear a policeman, who mistakenly thought he had committed a crime. Not hearing the officer when ordered to stop, he...
Samantha

Samantha

Samantha, age 1 of Florida, was born with a congenital limb condition called PFFD, which affects the hip and bones of the leg. When she was 8 months old her parents attended a 50 Legs fundraising event where they met Steve Chamberland. After meeting the family, Steve...
Katie

Katie

We visited POA for the first time in November 2015. Katie was scheduled for amputation the following month. We decided to visit the facility to make sure this was where Katie would receive the best care. We live in KY, so flying to Orlando every time she needed a leg...
Kylie

Kylie

Kylie Smith, 9 years old – Clearwater, FL. Kylie’s leg was affected by amniotic band syndrome. She and her parents met Steve Chamberland at a 50 Legs fundraiser and have been inseparable ever since! Kylie now has a beautiful new walking leg and a swim leg. As...
Breezy

Breezy

Breezy grew up the youngest of five children, waiting anxiously for her turn to play soccer as all of her older siblings did. Her entry into the world of competitive soccer was short lived when she was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer, at the...
Gabby

Gabby

Gabby is a beautiful, vibrant, exciting, silly, fun loving teenager. She is 16 now and recently got her drivers permit! She loves to be social, hang out with her friends and her Mom is definitely always by her side, guiding and supporting her as needed. Our...
Jack

Jack

Jack lost his right forefoot in a lawn mower accident when he was just four years old. We were devastated when the accident happened but Jack was a real trooper. There were some really rough times but Jack always found a way to laugh at some point in the day. He was...
Zoe

Zoe

“Where to begin…….As you know, Zoe lost her left leg on Easter Sunday 2011 in a jet ski accident and has endured 16 surgeries and over the course of 14 months spent 92 days at Tampa General. Life for us has been challenging to say the least. During the initial...

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