Foundation Seeking Additional Recipients of Prosthetics After Traumatic Injury, Limb Loss

Jordan Thomas
is seeking to expand its recipient base of children with
traumatic injury and limb loss who need prosthetics.

Jordan Thomas started the foundation at the age of 16
while still in the hospital after losing both legs in a boating accident. The
foundation now actively supports five children and has a partnership in Haiti
as well. International children brought to the United States through the
medical visa process with a sponsor will also be considered.

Candidates may email for
an application that requires documented financial need as well as physician-
and prosthetist-provided information.

Children chosen to participate in this program will be
assisted until age 18 years. There is also a special one-time assistance
program for people aged 18 to 24 years old.

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