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 was a scary concept considering everything that we had already gone through medically and financially for the 2 years prior. We loved POA immediately. From the staff to the therapy dogs, everything was a perfect fit for our family. We were prepared to do whatever it took to bring Katie to Orlando for her leg. We had no idea how we would cover all the expenses that would come along with this, stacked on top of all the debt we already had from Katie’s accident. As we were leaving POA that day, Stan mentioned 50 legs. It never crossed my mind that someone would help with any of these expenses. Our community had had some fundraisers to help, but we knew this was going to be a life-long expense. So I applied for 50 legs on a Monday morning. Monday afternoon I received a call from Tiffany that we had been approved. I honestly had no idea what this meant and it seemed too good to be true. But it wasn’t too good to be true. When it came time to bring Katie back to POA following her amputation, I called Tiffany. Within 3 days, she had booked our flights and a hotel for a week. For nearly 2 years we had suffered in ways that parents only have nightmares about. 50 legs continues to help us when we reach out. We can never thank this organization and the POA family enough for giving us our lives back.