Your Ebook Purchase Empowers the Disability Community

Join Hope Services’ volunteer board member, Libo Cao Meyers, on a journey of perseverance and courage, as she recounts her evolution from being a child with polio in rural China to succeeding as a tech executive at Apple.

Her inspiring story chronicles her rise in Silicon Valley, and her unwavering dedication to empowering people with disabilities.

Honoring that commitment, Libo Meyers has pledged a 5X match donation to Hope Service for each eBook sold at $2.99 during the promotion period to advance critical programs for individuals with disabilities.


1 ebook purchase = $15 donated to Hope

Libo Meyers has pledged a 5X match donation to Hope Service for each eBook sold at $2.99 during the promotion period. After the eBook promotion period, Libo Meyers has pledged to donate 100% of the profit back to Hope Service for every book sold by Hope Services, up to 2000 copies by end of 2023.

Ready to read Meyers’ incredible story while making an impact for the local disability community? Simply sign up to be notified when the eBook launches!

Step 1:
Pre-Order Limp Forward

Limp Forward is now available for pre-order through Amazon for only $2.99!

Reserve your copy today by clicking the link below.

Step 2:
Purchase the $2.99 eBook

Limp Forward's release date is June 23, 2023. If you pre-orderered, a copy of the book will be sent directly to your Amazon account

That's it! $15 will automatically be donated to Hope Services thanks to you!

Step 3:
Spread The word

Help Hope take advantage of this incredible opportunity and raise $15,000 by gifting a copy or sharing this page on social media and with your network!

About the author

Libo Cao Meyers is an engineering executive at Apple, a board member, and a veteran of Silicon Valley’s innovative culture. She grew up in Northern China and was diagnosed with polio as an infant. Immigrating alone to the United States in 2000, she completed her M.S. and Ph.D. simultaneously in two different engineering fields from Ohio University by 2004. From there, she became an athlete by completing a 100-mile bike ride with the strength of one leg. Libo loves to solve challenges and bring impact to this world. She cherishes her personal identity that stems from the deeply-rooted Cao family legacy dating back 3000 years. Libo lives in California with her husband and their two sons. For more, visit

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