How You Can Help?

Your support will help us to make life better living for all amputees and the limb impaired.

Limbcare was discovered in 2011 by Ray Edwards MBE (The Uk's Longest surviving quad amputee) and the team. To create empathy not sympathy to all amputees and the limb impaired. With your continued help, you can make someone's life brighter again after becoming an amputee.

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Become a Volunteer

Our volunteer are crucial to our going campaign to create awareness and understanding to the life changing reality of living as an amputee or limb impaired.

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Donate

Donations count to improve and rebuild lives. With your support and donations we can continue our work in creating empathy not sympathy.

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Limbcare Services

What we can offer .

Through growth and real life experiences, our team have collated a wealth of knowledge living as an amputee or being limb impaired. Now with our partners we can offer the services below to help recreate life as normal as possible.

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Latest Causes .

Limbcare is trying to raise money for good causes. Below is our current causes, to help those who are in need of our help. Our main goal will br the Limbcare Hub, a one purpose dedicated centre for all amputees and the limb impaired.

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The Limbcare Hub

This is the main Limbcare goal - to become the voice of the Amputee community and to create a hub of information and support for amputees, their families, their friends and their careers.

  • Goal: £ 3,000,000.00
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Powered Wheelchair for Amputee

Supplied by Limbcare, to a double amputee who was so desperate to be mobile and get out of his flat.


  • Goal: Reached
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Wheelchair for Young Boy

As a parent to William who lost his leg last year after being on life support for asthma our lives have changed dramatically . Every time I’ve tried for help I’ve hit a brick wall.

  • Goal: Reached
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Latest News .

Keeping you up todate with the latest news and events from Limbcare and our partners.

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