Thank you Rotary friends

Tom Williams / Dismantling Legs

Legs4Africa would like to say a huge thank you to everyone involved with the following Rotary Clubs. Thank you for your generous support and for helping to set up an invaluable network of Men’s Shed groups across the UK. Because of you all, we are dismantling more prosthetic legs than ever, which in turn means we are getting even more people walking again in Africa.

  • Rotary Club of Rayleigh Mill
  • Rotary Club of Scarborough
  • Rotary Club of Portishead
  • Rotary Club of Blackpool Palatine
  • Rotary Club of Ross on Wye
  • Rotary Club of Portobello
  • Rotary Club of Harwich & Dovercourt
  • Rotary Club of Sedgley & Wombourne
  • Rotary Club of Liverpool South
  • Rotary Club of Yeovil
  • Rotary Club of Crewkerne
  • Rotary Club of Winchcombe
  • Rotary Club of Poulton-le-Fylde
  • Rotary Club of Sidmouth
  • Rotary Club of Manningtree Stour Valley
  • Rotary Club of Crawley
  • Rotary Club of Sedgley & Wombourne
  • Rotary Club of Rushcliffe
  • Rotary Club of Stonehaven
  • Rotary Club of Paignton
  • Rotary Club of Laurencekirk & District
  • Rotary Club of Bognor Hotham
  • Rotary Club of Bangor
  • Rotary Club of Redcar
  • Rotary Club of Westbury
  • Rotary Club of Witney
  • Rotary Club of Brigg
  • Rotary Club of Oldbury
  • Rotary Club of Newark Castle
  • Rotary Club of Haddington
  • Rotary Club of Cheltenham
  • Rotary Club of Liverpool South
  • Rotary Club of Guernesiais
  • Rotary Club of Kelvedon & District
  • Rotary Club of Hart
  • Rotary Club of Heswall
  • Rotary Club of Birmingham Endowment Trust

What’s Next

Following the success of the ‘Break a Leg’ project and a bit of research we have decided to expand our recycling programme. We noticed that most countries worldwide do not have a system in place to ensure that prosthetic legs are not just ending up in landfills.

So, our next goal is to expand the project worldwide, starting with Canada and Australia and then hopefully everywhere in-between.

If you would be interested in learning about these expansion plans we would like to invite you to join the ‘Break a Leg’ mailing list. You will receive 4 emails a year containing details of our latest progress, as well as details of any Rotary connections we’ve built in new territories.