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ORGANIZATION: The Limb Preservation Foundation


The Limb Preservation Foundation is a non-profit that provides hope, help, and possibilities to people facing limb loss as a result of tumor, trauma, or infection. We do this through financial assistance-- paying utilities, rent and healthcare while patients are in crisis allowing them to focus on healing, through peer support and hospital carebags, and through scholarships and educational events.

To spread the word about our programs, the Limb Preservation Foundation visits a variety of community events throughout the year such as festivals, races, and fairs. We are looking for volunteers to staff the information table at these events. This would involve picking up the fair box prior to the event, setting up and breaking down the table, and interacting with the public throughout the event including handing out swag and answering questions.

Volunteers commit to at least two events per year, and are expected to maintain those commitments. If interested email or fill out an application at

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About The Limb Preservation Foundation


PO Box 270530, Littleton, CO 80127, US

Mission Statement

The mission of the Limb Preservation Foundation is providing support and community for those experiencing life and limb threatening conditions. The goal of The Foundation is to enhance the quality of life for those individuals facing limb-threatening conditions due to trauma, tumor, or infection through research, patient assistance, and educational programs.


The Limb Preservation Foundation provides hope, help, and possibilities to those threatened by or experiencing limb-loss. We do this through providing financial assistance, peer support, care packages, educational scholarships, and medical education including our annual Limb Loss Symposium. We rely on volunteers to support events, serve as peer mentors, create and send care packages, and assist with administrative help. To learn more visit


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  • People Skills
  • Public Speaking


  • Teens
  • People 55+


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 2-4 hours per event
  • Volunteers 15+ may attend with a guardian/chaperone

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