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LLAM Component Drive

Join Our National LLAM Component Drive!

This April for Limb Loss Awareness Month, the Range of Motion Project (ROMP) is organizing the nation’s largest prosthetic component recycling drive to help meet the needs of hundreds of amputees this year. This is part of ROMP’s Components for a Cause (C4C) Program, which collects new and gently-used prosthetic components and sends them to ROMP’s clinics in Guatemala and Ecuador to provide high-quality prosthetic care. 

Components for a Cause is the largest prosthetic component recycling program in the world. C4C is based in Denver, CO where ROMP has an office and warehouse dedicated to the cause. Through their network, ROMP has been able to turn prosthetic waste into mobility for over 5,000 people over the last 19 years. Our goal is to collect liners, feet, knees, and components to help 500 people get prosthetic care over the next year.

Join our component drive today by: 

1) Sign up to be an official drop off site.

2) Print our flyers & put a collection bin/box in your clinic lobby. 

3) Clean out your clinic inventory and tell your community to bring in their old legs and components to help others. (Pre-written posts and emails here


Thank you, C4C Partners

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