Aiming to provide every child in the UK access to a mitt.
Project LiMITTless is an ongoing project aiming to give all children with below elbow limb loss access to a Mitt. A bold ambition, but one that we are trying very hard to accomplish with the help of some fantastic charities, and some amazing donors.
Three of our partner charities Reach, Limbbo Foundation and Douglas Bader have already secured mitts for 60 children in the UK.
If you would like to learn more about this amazing project, please read on.
We hope to provide every child
in the UK access to a Mitt prosthetic arm.
We hope to have a prosthesis so comfortable users forget that
they're wearing it.
We hope to give every child the ability to partake in whatever
hobby they want
The amazing people delivering Project LiMITTless
50 more children living life without limits. Wouldn't it be glorious if we could provide every child in the UK free access to a mitt prosthetic? That was our conversation back in January 2020 with Reach...
12 more children with limb difference living with a smile. Adam, the founder of Limbbo Foundation, is such an amazing person aiming to help families of children with limb difference the necessary tools and information to make children smile...
LIMITTLESS DOUGLAS BADER
“Help us to help them” – Sir Douglas Bader
The Coronavirus has put additional strain on the NHS resulting in children under 9 having to wait for a prosthetic arm. Our aim with Douglas Bader is to minimise the impact on children by supplying them with the prosthetic arms they need.
Many NHS prosthetic services have been greatly restricted by Coronvirus
Extended waiting lists for prosthetic fitting
Children and their families being affected
This appeal is urgent, please visit the following page to donate.
The aim of Project LiMITTless is to provide all children with free access to a Mitt. This amazing project can only be achieved through great partnerships. If you are interested in helping with this ambitious goal please get in touch with us.
HELP PROVIDE EVERY CHILD IN THE UK WITH A MITT