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I love my job and every now and again there are moments which melt my heart and make me so proud to be the founder and CEO of LimbPower and this is one of them. This fund is changing lives. This video of Anu says more than a thousand words. LimbPower may be administering the fund, however many many people have been involved in making this happen and in trying to secure the future of this fund. With the amazing campaigning by Sarah Hope and other parents, the Limb Loss charities and groups who have voiced their opinions and convinced MP’s and the Department of Health to make this happen. Well done each and every one of you. Keep an eye out for the surveys coming out and please complete them, this is how we keep this legacy going. Visit Star Works to find out how you can help with the research.