we are delighted to welcome you to the latest edition of our newsletter, dedicated to Limb Loss Awareness Month. As an organization dedicated to preserving the lives and limbs of people living with limb-threatening conditions, we are thrilled to have the opportunity to raise awareness and advocate for this important cause. We feature inspiring stories of resilience and hope from individuals who have overcome the challenges of limb loss and have gone on to lead fulfilling lives. You can watch all of our patient stories here.
As part of our ongoing commitment to serving our community, we invite you to consider becoming a member of ALPS. Our membership offers many benefits, including access to our member networking platform where one has the opportunity to connect with a community of like-minded individuals who are passionate about preserving limbs and saving lives. You can learn more about becoming a member and the benefits of membership on our website.
Another way to stay informed and support our cause is by registering for DFCon, the annual conference of ALPS. DFCon is the premier event for healthcare professionals, researchers, and industry leaders involved in the care and management of patients with limb-threatening conditions. You can learn more about DFCon and register on our website. Did you know that our members get 10% discount on the registration for DFCon?
Finally, we invite you to consider giving to ALPS. Your tax-deductible donation will help us continue our vital work in limb preservation and advocacy. Whether you choose to make a one-time gift or become a sustaining donor, your contribution will make a real difference in the lives of those living with limb-threatening conditions. You can give to ALPS here.
We hope you find this issue informative, engaging, and inspiring. As always, we welcome your feedback and suggestions on how we can better serve and support our community.
Thank you for your continued support, and we look forward to staying in touch with you!
David G. Armstrong (ALPS Founding President)
Georgia Krehbiel (ALPS CEO)