Mending Limbs Organization announced a partnership with prosthetic limb company, Bulow BioTech to futher the message of the Amputee Coalition of America. Members of both organizations hope that this partnership will help shed light on the need for adequate prosthetic coverage in the state of Tennessee and nationwide.
The driving force behind this partnership is founder of Mending Limbs, Michelle Prichard and executives of Bulow BioTech, Chris Casey and Matt Bulow. All parties involved will work hand in hand to help amputees get fitted with prostheses so they can live full and independent lives. They plan to educate others both locally and nationally on the demands and needs for current and future amputees. By uniting their efforts, Mending Limbs and Bulow will reach a larger market of Americans who are affected by the lack of prosthetic coverage.
To help kick off this partnership Mending Limbs hosted their Third Annual Benefit Concert at the Factory in Franklin, Tenn. More than 200 guests were in attendance from all over the United States. The goal of this event was to raise funds to help sponsor an amputee, thereby ensuring they are able to afford the prosthetic limb they need to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle.