Quality prosthetic limbs for her fellow amputees

Donate a Used Limb

Standing With Hope recycles prosthetic limbs

The Gift That Keeps on Walking!


Teach Someone To Make Limbs ...

...and Hundreds Will Walk!


Equipping others to Stand With Hope in Jesus Christ.

Equipping Caregivers

Drawing upon his astonishing 30-year journey as his wife's caregiver through a medical nightmare, Standing With Hope co-founder, Peter Rosenberger, brings hard-won wisdom (along with his deep compassion and outrageous humor) to the reach his fellow caregivers with a proven message of hope and a lifeline of help.

Equipping Amputees

After relinquishing both of her legs, Standing With Hope founder, Gracie Rosenberger, purposed to provide quality limbs to fellow amputees in order to share the Gospel in a powerful and unique way.

Recycled Prosthetic Limbs

Collecting used prosthetic limbs from around the country, Standing With Hope recycles the usable parts from artificial legs and arms.



If you love someone, you'll be a caregiver. If you live long enough, you'll need one. Through our caregiver outreach, we're helping those who help.

Peter Rosenberger, Founder, Standing With Hope

It's not enough for me to help my fellow amputees stand. We do all this to share the Gospel and equip them to continue Standing With Hope.

Gracie Rosenberger, Founder, Standing With Hope

Recent Posts

  • Phantom Pain for Caregivers...

    For more than twenty five years, my wife, Gracie, has been an amputee and the subject of phantom-limb pain has often been discussed. Sometimes, amputees can feel the pain of a limb that is not there.

    In kind of a …

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  • 5 Caregiving Lessons From Dad...

    Five Lessons from My Father That Prepared Me As a Caregiver
    Of the many things warranting my gratitude, few rise to the level of the deep appreciation I feel for my father—and the impact he continues to have on my …

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  • Caregiver Guilt Versus Grace...

    Posted by Peter Rosenberger, Author, Speaker, Radio Host, and 30-year caregiver
    For every caregiver, guilt remains a seemingly insurmountable obstacle standing between us and a measure of peace in our hearts.
    In the face of overwhelming odds, we put ourselves …

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    A Remarkable Hero...

    On June 2, 2016, a remarkable hero quietly left this world.
    Stepping into eternity, Robertson McQuilkin ended his extraordinary work in this life—and those who knew him and knew of him can all agree on a life well lived …

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    Permanent Disability? Hardly!...

    Hanging from our car’s review mirror is a blue handicap parking placard for Gracie. In bold letters across the bottom it states, “Permanent Disability.” Over the last several months my eyes have been drawn to that word “permanent,” …

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