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A Video Introduction


Miracle Limbs-Courage in Motion, a Florida non-profit corporation is the vision of Bob Ayres, an above the knee amputee. This organization provides support to his fellow amputees so that they may more easily navigate the physical, psychological and financial hurdles that accompany the experience of losing a limb. Miracle Limbs answers a severe need not fully addressed in the non-profit community.

Our mission is to actively seek pre and post surgery patients, providing them full and tailored support in the areas of professional and peer counseling, financial assistance when needed, local support group development, and referrals to credible and well-respected specialists and organizations to support their emotional and physical needs.

Miracle Limbs is a registered 501(c)(3) organization.

To volunteer, inquire about
Corporate Sponsorships,
or donate individually,
please contact Miracle Limbs:
(239) 591-8393


Monumental Marathon

The Monumental Marathon is Indiana's largest and fastest marathon and among the 100 largest marathons in the world.

Participant Katrina is running Nov. 7 to raise funds for Miracle Limbs.
Sponsor Katrinas' run here



Florica lost her leg in the earthquake in Haiti.
Her emergency surgery needed to be redone, and Miracle Limbs helped her acquire an appropriate limb.

Read Florica's story in Florida Weekly

Miracle Limbs currently has the
longest wait list
it has ever had; men, women and children who need prosthetic limbs, counseling, doctor care and medications.

Please take the time to send $10, and share this message with your friends.

Miracle Limbs is a registered 501(c)(3) organization. Make a secure $10 donation or mail us a check.

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