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Watch the video to see how Hope to Walk is transforming lives and how you can play a part in giving someone the hope to walk.

Watch the video to see how Hope to Walk is transforming lives and how you can play a part in giving someone the hope to walk.

SOME EYE OPENING STATS

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Million People Around The World Are In Need Of A Prosthetic Or Assistive Devices
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Of Need Thought To Be In Developing Nations Where Average Income Is $3-4 Per Day
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Prosthetic Legs Costs Typically Start Around $3-5,000 And Can Exceed $80,000
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Amputations Every Hour Are Taking Place Somewhere In The World (1 Per 30 Seconds)

THOUGHTS, STORIES & MORE INFO ON HOW YOU CAN BE INVOLVED

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Giving the Gift of Walking in Honor of a Loved One

Donate a prosthetic leg in honor of a loved one and give an amputee patient the hope to walk.

Success Stories of Those Who Have Received Legs:

Hope to Walk has many success stories of giving the gift of walking to those who had no hope.

We Have Many Options for How You Can Donate

There are many ways for you to join us by donating and give the gift of walking.

What do Latin Americans think about Hope To Walk?

Latin Americans summarize Hope To Walk in one word, watch video to hear what they said.

Help Fund Our Next Trip to Give the Gift of Walking

Partner with us by giving and sharing our vision to bring Hope to the nations.

Learn about the why and how with our infographic:

Hope to Walk provides a quality, inexpensive prosthetic leg for those who can not obtain one.

“Hope to Walk is a credible solution to the prosthetic issue that plagues the world’s poor”

Dr. Cory Siffring, Trauma Surgeon

“When I see a person who had no hope of ever walking again rise to their feet, I feel what Jesus meant by, ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’ There are millions who are desperate for a miracle. HTW desires to be the miracle.”

Michael Mabry, DO, Chairman of Hope To Walk

“The new prosthetic you gave me works great! It’s much lighter than my metal one that broke, and helps me perform my job better.”

Anuar, Sanitation Worker, Hope To Walk Patient

“Hope To Walk has come in a moment when many people in Honduras thought their hope was lost. Today many have seen that hope can be tangible and comes in different shapes, this time in the shape of a leg. ”

Gabi Osorio, Country Coordinator for CURE International