I’m happy to have a handful of poems in Elizabeth’s Poetry of Hope, a new anthology of poems that tells the story of the charity Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope (ELoH) in poetry and prose.
ELoH provides vital support for children who have lost their limbs through war, accidents and lack of access to medical care. Thousands of young amputees in developing countries suffer every day, with little or no access to vital medical assistance, social support or education. ELoH’s mission is to bring hope and opportunity to some of the most vulnerable child amputees in the world. The charity has already changed the lives of more than 250 child amputees in Tanzania, Sierra Leone, Liberia and India.
Elizabeth’s Poetry of Hope brings together poems written by published poets and poems written by children from around the world who have benefitted from the charity’s work.
You can buy Elizabeth’s Poetry of Hope on Amazon. It’s priced at £10 and proceeds go to Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope.
Find out more about the charity’s work at www.elizabethslegacyofhope.org