Recycle Prosthetic Limbs
We’ve heard from many families over the years who called to say that a loved one who wore a prosthesis passed away …and they didn’t know what to do with the limb. Often with great emotion, they ask if we would take the device.
We are so honored that spouses, children, and other family members will trust us with a used prosthesis…and we absolutely will take those limbs, recycle the parts, and ship them overseas to help serve another person. Gracie herself has rummaged through the closet to find prosthetic feet, or other materials she no longer uses, and we’ve used her own prostheses to help amputees walk.
In a wonderful partnership with Core Civic, inmates volunteer to disassemble the donated limbs, and we recycle all the usable parts.
Prosthetic socks, liners, sleeves, and belt systems – we will take it all. If a shoe is on the artificial foot, please don’t forget to include the other shoe!
Click below to fill out the form and print a label. This will allow a full inventory of the items. After filling out the form, click “submit” and print off the inventory list you are submitting – along with a label bearing a unique tracking ID for your items. Simply cut the label off, put it on the box – and ship (postage NOT included)
While we will provide a receipt acknowledging the contribution, Standing With Hope does not assign a monetary amount to donated used prosthetic equipment. Please consult your financial advisor as to whether a deduction can be taken for this item(s).