Success at Glastonbury

Joseph AttleeFestival, Leg News1 Comment

Legs4Africa is growing. The word is spreading. People are paying attention. Another 2000 legs are in storage, ready for shipping.

However, we are still just a tiny group of friends volunteering in their spare time.

Across the country, potential donors – medical centres, hospitals and amputees – are discarding prosthetic limbs, without the knowledge that an organisation like Legs4Africa even exists.

We are on a mission to boost our profile, extend our online presence and gain as many followers as possible.

That’s why we need you, to share our message on social media and help get the word out there!

Like our Facebook page and Follow us on Twitter.

Not only will this keep you up to date with all the great work we are doing, but it will also aid us in our mission to get amputees across the world walking again.

If you want to do something amazing and help fund the next shipment of prosthetic legs to Africa, please consider making a donation.


Together we’re making a difference in Africa

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One Comment on “Success at Glastonbury”

  1. Hello we met at Blasto I’m the lucky guy with two legs as they managed to sow part of my shoulder on to my leg and was useing my Chopper bike as my get about Glasto wheelchair 🙂 x

    I run the Full Moon Backpackers in Bristol and offer support financial by putting on a fund raising events and possibly office space as discussed….?

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