The Texas Ramp Project

Building Freedom for the Homebound

Abilene •  Amarillo •  Austin •  Bryan/College Station •  Dallas •  Denton County
El Paso •  Fort Worth •  Houston •  Longview •  Lubbock •  North Central Texas
San Angelo •  San Antonio •  Temple/Belton •  Texarkana •  Texoma •  Waco
Wichita Falls •  Oklahoma City •  Permian Basin
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Thank You!
We want to sincerely thank you for your support of The Texas Ramp Project. It has been an especially challenging year as more and more requests have come in for ramps. In 2014 we have received 2,938 referrals and our volunteers have completed 1,239 builds to date! You have been there to help as our need has grown.

Find out how you can still help! Share with your friends! Get all the info by Downloading a PDF Flyer or Viewing the Online Flyer.

Ramps Built Since 2006

Miles of Ramps Built
(158,409 linear feet)

Volunteer Hours

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Build Statistics

Building Freedom for the Homebound

Have you ever changed a person’s life in a single day? The Texas Ramp Project does it hundreds of times a year! We build wheelchair ramps for disabled or elderly people who can’t afford to buy one. In a few hours on a Saturday morning, we give these folks the freedom to leave their home again—the home where they want to remain but whose steps have imprisoned them.

Since incorporating in 2006, the Texas Ramp Project has built more than 5,835 safe, durable ramps across the state.

So how can you help?

You can support us with your time and talent,
by becoming a local leader or volunteer builder.

You can support us with your funding, which we can use to purchase lumber and tools for ramp construction.

Or you can support us with your good will,
by spreading the word about how the Texas Ramp Project brings freedom to the homebound.


The Texas Ramp Project Blog

For the latest updates, stories and photos about
The Texas Ramp Project, visit our new blog at:


Photos & Client Stories

Please visit the pages of the various areas we build in to read more client stories and to see photo galleries of some of our projects. The links are at the top of this page. 

More Links:

See A Video About The Texas Ramp Project

Listen to an interview with John Laine

Read Our Newsletters

Other Information

Texas Ramp Project Location Map

Location Map

Generously supported by:
St David's Foundation American Airlines


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