is encouraging support of LimbPossible an Amputee Advocacy, Inspiration, and Educational organization founded in the USA in 2016 to help amputees gain confidence in their abilities toward living satisfying, thriving, and exhilarating lives.

Since is about empowering people, especially young people, to make good things happen in the world, and to teach life skills to last a lifetime, we believe that LimbPossible is a great organization to support and lift up as a great example of ingenuity, creativity, and generosity in today’s world.

If you would like to donate to LimbPossible, go to our page to make your secure online donation (write LimbPossible in the notes section when you get to that screen). Thank you!

The LimbPossible team was recently in California to support Lilly Biagini, who not only lost her home in the devastating Sonoma/Napa fires in 2017, but also lost both her prosthetics when she and her mom evacuated their home with only minutes to spare when the fires hit. LimbPossible has invited Lilly to be an inspirational ambassador and one of her first actions was to invite the crew to her school in Healdsburg for an inspirational jam session of stories and fun.

Below are Leona and Jeff, founders, pictured with Robert A Rodriguez, LimbPossible Founder, (left in the white shirt), Jose Soto, Media Specialist (behind Robert), Lilly Biagini, Amputee Ambassador (middle of photo), Patrick Joseph Filosa, Co-Founder & crew member, who also happens to be Leona’s nephew (lower right), and one of Lilly’s school friends (front middle).

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