Who We Are

As a trusted charitable organization founded in 2021, our mission is to increase accessibility in the limb difference community. 

Limb of Dreams

Limb of Dreams Foundation is a 501C3 charitable organization helping persons who have suffered limb loss. We provide funding for prosthetic equipment for Children under 18, Military Veterans and financially burdened individuals. We strive to inspire and improve the lives of those who need assistance, and to help them live out their dreams and aspirations. Our work is dedicated to funding specialized equipment and delivering support through personalized training, sports sponsorships/scholarships, and community activities.

Board of Directors

Jason Kiernan


Jason was born in Phoenix, AZ and has been a resident back in the Valley since 1998 where he is a small business owner. 

In April 2021, Jason was involved in a major motorcycle accident in central Phoenix as a car turned left in front of him with no time to react. Upon waking the next morning in ICU, Jason realized major damage had been done to his left ankle and foot. After multiple discussions with the Trauma Surgeons, Jason’s leg was amputated just below his knee. Jason received his first prosthetic leg 8 weeks later and began the long road back to full health and recovery.

After six (not so short) months, Jason was back to living his life, which includes golfing, going to races, concerts, sporting events and dedicating his efforts to this wonderful cause. Jason credits the support of his family, friends, and rehabilitation professionals for helping him get through this.. Every day, Jason continues to get stronger and as close to 100% as possible. 

It was through this process that Jason decided to launch Limb of Dreams Foundation to help people who have experienced similar trauma and need financial assistance for equipment or rehabilitation expenses that insurance will not cover.

Stephanie Owens


Stephanie holds a doctorate of physical therapy from West Coast University, where she was actively involved in research of biomechanics and the science of human movement. She is currently the lead therapist for the Amputee and Prosthetic Specialty at HonorHealth, charged with creating comprehensive program for persons with limb loss from amputation to return to function regardless of mechanism of injury or co-morbid status. Stephanie trained nationally and internationally in therapeutic techniques and adaptive sports to include at the Military Advanced Training Center and with the Army Warrior Transition program. She is also a current member of the U.S. Army Reserves where she serves as Medical Operations Officer. Stephanie has presented on topics ranging from phantom limb pain to combat water survival. In her free time, she can be found hiking, paddle boarding and hanging out with her great dane, Goliath.

Cheryl Ingram


Cheryl Ingram spent 34 years as an Educator and Administrator in Arizona. She earned her B.S.Ed. and degree in Sports Medicine from Northern Arizona University and her M.Ed. from Arizona State University in Administration and Supervision. She has served as an Executive Board Member for the Arizona Interscholastic Association, a Representative for the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association, and currently serving as a Board Member for the Arizona Board of Athletic Training. Having worked with student athletes, families, communities, coaches, and athletic organizations for her entire career, she has developed a network of individuals who share her passion and belief in success for all given the opportunity and support.

Lucas Crisanti


Lucas is a Certified Prosthetist Orthotist (CPO) with Artificial Limb Specialists. His educational background includes a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from Michigan State University and a Master of Science in Prosthetics and Orthotics from Baylor College of Medicine. Upon graduation from Baylor College of Medicine in 2021, Lucas received the Lehmann Outstanding Student Award that is given to one student who displays accomplishments in the areas of innovative research, outstanding patient care, community involvement, and excellence in leadership. He completed his residency at five clinical sites across the country, giving him the opportunity to learn from a wide variety of experts in the field. Lucas has a passion for volunteering with organizations and advocating for causes that promote exercise and sport to those with physical disabilities. He has been involved with other non-profit organizations such as Team Catapult, Michigan State University Adaptive Sports club, Northern Arizona Adaptive Sports Association, and Ability 360. Lucas has a background and expertise of research in the area of running and sports specific prostheses. In his free time, he enjoys skiing, running, golfing, camping and is a Boston Marathon qualifier.


Catch Jason’s Interview with Kurt Hansen @Motor Sports Media

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