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.
We never stop hearing riders praise the wonderful food buffet at the ride, like this message below. So we thought we'd help riders connect with the great restaurants by linking their menus and locations below.
"As a volunteer for the Miracle Limbs Courage in Motion Benefit Bike Ride this year, I was amazed at the phenomenal array of food provided by some of Naples top restaurants! I had the pleasure of serving food to the hungry riders, and I hope that the sponsoring restaurants know how very much their generous and beautifully presented delicacies were enjoyed by event participants. As an endless stream of hungry riders made their way through the buffet line, all of us who volunteered to serve that day enjoyed sharing with the riders where the food had come from, and showcasing restaurant menus. While many of the restaurants are ones that my family already frequents, we’ve added some new favorites to our list after seeing their food at the Miracle Limbs event. We even had one of the restaurants cater an event at our church recently. A big shout out to these restaurants for their generous support of your extremely meaningful work at Miracle Limbs. The ripple effect of their support extends far beyond a single day to make a difference for all those whose lives are touched by your work." Trudy J.