ELoH provides life-changing support for children who have lost their limbs through war, accidents, and lack of access to medical care. Victoria, on the left, was only five when a wall collapsed on her leg in Liberia, forcing it to be amputated and leaving her isolated. Thanks to ELoH’s support, Victoria is now being fitted with a new prosthetic leg, attends school with her friends, and is hopeful about her future. Through the generosity of our supporters in the UK, ELoH provides new limbs, surgery, education, and advocacy for the world’s most vulnerable amputees. We believe all child amputees deserve to live a happy and healthy life. Your help can bring us closer to making this happen.Donate
THANK YOU to all our runners in the London Half Parks Marathon, which took place in the morning on Sunday, 10th October. Over £13,000 has been raised – Astonishing! Donations are still coming in, targets almost reached – if you haven’t already and would like to, please help our deserving runners reach their milestones! Sarah Lee, with her cousins, brothers and in laws ran in memory of their Grandma Joan Brooks – who they called Gaggy – who lost a leg when she was just ten years old.
They have raised almost £10,000 of the £13k, for which we are immensely grateful. And Ed St Aubyn, fourth from the left, completed the thirteen (and a bit!) miles in a very speedy one hour and thirty-five seconds. Congratulations Ed! Thank you too to Chloe Lamb – who ran with me until she raced ahead and finished in under two hours – well done Chloe (pocket rocket!). Together we raised nearly £4k – Our donation pages are still open – please help us reach our targets, thank you!
Trustee, Victoria PB
Thank you too Elizabeth Stacey for giving the proceeds of her concert at St Mary’s Church in Bungay to Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope, during which she played J.S. Bach’s Goldberg Variations.
Thank you Elizabeth.
Please help Ian support the ELOH with his Poetry with Legs Marathon
Please watch and share these heartfelt Youtube videos, made by Dr Keith Thomson, who knows of ELoH through his marvellous work with Mercy Ships (www.mercyships.org.uk). Thank you Keith and also for all your support for ELoH.
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