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50Legs Serves Kindness to Amputees

Girl with prosthetic leg from 50Legs climbing a rock wall

Thanks Tanya Bierwirth for your amazing testimonial. And now, see the real winners Tanya talked about who received new prosthetics thanks to 50Legs.org. This rare window into the therapy rooms where men, women and children learn to run, jump and dance again. Warning: This video is so touching, we were sobbing by the end. Want to do more? When you purchase a bowl, be sure to choose 50 Legs as the organization you want a part of your purchase to go to. #50Legs #BostonMarathon

Read Tanya's testimonial about fundraising for 50Legs here






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