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“We Are Giving Them Back Their Dignity and Their Self-Esteem”- MrBeast and Team Help Patients Take Their First Step to an ‘Independent’ Future

Published 05/08/2023, 11:30 AM EDT

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MrBeast currently is on a goal to better the lives of countless people across the globe. His philanthropic approach started way back when he formed his dedicated Beast Philanthropy page. But now, netizens could see back-to-back content that orients a similar theme in a short span of time. A day before, MrBeast’s official page posted a video about giving 1000 deaf people hearing aids.

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Now, Jimmy’s philanthropic page followed a similar path to offer 2000 amputees prosthetics that allows them to walk again.

MrBeast helps 2000 amputees from Cambodia to walk again


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One very prominent factor that we can commonly see in the Beast philanthropy videos is their international involvement. Though MrBeast is based in North Carolina, the team does not restrict its reach just to US soil. Jimmy extends his hands to a global scale, trying to find solutions to various problems that hinder the life of many people. This time that journey took Darren Margolias to South East Asia, particularly Cambodia.

There, Darren, the head of Beast Philanthropy, met with Exceed Worldwide. There are more than 40,000 amputees in the country, and Exceed has been trying to help these many people, though there are quite many restrictions. That is when MrBeast and his team came into the picture with a new silver lining. The MrBeast team had planned to give 150 prosthetics, but after seeing the need for more, the team decided to expand what they wanted to offer.


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Thus, finally, they ended up donating more than 2000 prosthetic legs. These are not just mere donations. MrBeast and the team were enabling people to walk for the first time, helping them take the first step toward their dreams. As usual, the team did not just stop with just one generous act. They met with patients who had many unfulfilled dreams and made them a reality.

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“It is so much more than a limb. We are giving back people their independence. We are giving them the ability to go back to work. But most important, I realize we are giving them back their dignity and their self-esteem,” stated Darren, who was pioneering the generous act.

The team even surprised the staff at Exceed Worldwide with a new pair of prosthetics to make them feel taller.


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The fans came in, showering their support for Jimmy’s generous deeds

MrBeast is loved by many for these generous acts, and thus after this particular video went live, fans were not silent. They gushed in to express how these good deeds are creating a positive mindset for all.


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They were quite appreciative of Jimmy and his team. Fans from Cambodia came in to express their gratitude towards Jimmy. With all that being said, we can expect more such wholehearted content from MrBeast and his team in the future as well.

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Written by:

Aravind Menon


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Aravind S Menon is an eSports writer at EssentiallySports with a wealth of experience covering major events and popular internet personalities such as MrBeast. With a specialization in competitive First Person Shooters, he is well-versed in games like Valorant and has a deep understanding of the gaming industry. In addition to his expertise in eSports, Aravind has also explored fields like content creation and entertainment.
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