I was an active 24-year-old graduate student studying the intersection between nature and psychology when tragedy struck. I first had the idea for the Aimee Copeland ... Read More
What is Eudamonium?
Eudamonium, a play on the Greek word for “human flourishing,” fully encapsulates the vision of the Aimee Copeland Foundation. It’s fitting really – famous ... Read More
The Aimee Copeland Foundation is proud (and grateful, and excited and amazed) to announce its official formation! Although I first dreamed up the idea of a holistic ... Read More
You can do it!
Lately, I’ve been breaking through several physical and mental blockages I didn’t even realize I had. For one, I pumped my own gas for the first time in five years last month! ... Read More
Aimee is published on Time.com
Part of a larger Time.com series about antibiotic-resistant bacteria, this piece chronicles Aimee’s tragic accident, including details about her life before her amputations ... Read More
Citi donates $25,000 to the Aimee Copeland Foundation
Citi Retail Services generously provided $25,000 to help fund the Aimee Copeland Foundation in April of 2017. WSB’s video captures the presentation of this gift from the CEO ... Read More
Aimee begins her career as a therapist
For the last two years, Aimee has been preparing to open an inclusive nature park and therapy center. Earning her master’s in social work and working toward her clinical ... Read More
Aimee inspires students at Muscogee County School District
In March 2017, Aimee spoke to students with challenges in the Muscogee County School District, bringing a message of hope and possibility. This article in the Ledger-Enquirer ... Read More