No Limits  

Shea Taylor has one goal in mind: inspiring others to believe that the only limits in life are self imposed. Shea chose to amputate his left leg after surviving a motorcycle wreck in June of 2010. After enduring 12 surgeries over 7 months in effort to save the same leg, amputation was the best solution for Shea to regain his life.

Shea realized that he could be just as active as he was before the wreck. As a former Canadian league baseball player, tri-athlete, and adventure racer, Shea personifies ‘active’.

In 2009, Shea turned his interest to mixed martial arts and earned a 1-0 record in an amateur competition.  In August of 2011, 9 months after amputation, Shea became the first amputee to ever earn the right to fight in a MMA sanctioned event while wearing a prosthesis.

He’s returning to the cage on Friday, September 23, at Wild Bill’s Fight Night 40, wearing his fight-approved prosthetic leg.

  No Limb-itations  


“Camp No Limb-itations presents an amazing opportunity for children with limb deficiencies and their families. It fosters self-confidence by showing kids that anything is possible. I wanted to continue fighting to show kids and anyone else that they too can regain confidence in doing things they loved. Similarly, the camp provides a safe environment for kids and their families to relate and reconnect to the people and things they love. Thank you for supporting such an important program in the lives of amputees and their families”. – Shea Taylor

   Camp No Limb-itations

Thank you for your support! Your gift is helping to ensure that children with limb deficiencies and their families can go to camp with other families just like them. The cost to send one family to this weekend camp is $575 and we would love to send 30 families to camp in the Summer of 2012. Gifts of all sizes are greatly appreciated, so any amount you can give will help give a family this unique opportunity.

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