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War Amps Address Label Mailing Recognizes Public Support

October 16, 2023 - The War Amps 2023 address labels are being mailed to households across the country starting this week, as a tribute to the public for their support of the organization.

Kenzie Stronks was born missing part of her left arm and is a member of The War Amps Child Amputee (CHAMP) Program. In a letter accompanying the address labels, her parents share how the program has been an invaluable resource for their family.

“CHAMP gave us connections to other parents who had been through similar experiences and a supportive community to help answer our questions,” said Kenzie’s parents, Shannon and Josh. “It has made us more knowledgeable about Kenzie’s limb difference and helped us through different stages of her development, like going to school for the first time.”

Sent as a thank you to supporters of The War Amps Key Tag Service, address labels are not just for envelopes! They can also be used to identify items like books, or for filling out name and address information on forms.

“Thanks to War Amps donors, she [Kenzie] has a prosthetic device that allows her to ride her bike and participate in activities that other people may take for granted. Our family has directly experienced how donations to The War Amps help child amputees. We are so thankful to have the support of the CHAMP Program and are grateful to each and every donor!”

The War Amps does not receive government grants. Its programs are made possible through public support of the Key Tag and Address Label Service. For more information, or to order address labels, visit or call toll‑free 1 800 250‑3030.

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A young female arm amputee riding her scooter using an artificial arm attached to the handlebar.


Kenzie Stronks is a member of The War Amps Child Amputee (CHAMP) Program.

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Martine Lepine
Manager, Communications
613-731-2952 (Ottawa)
1 800 465-2677