“First and foremost, I want to thank you and all your volunteers for giving me an awesome gift of independence. I now can come and go as I would like to. For too many years all I could do was sit at the front door and stare into the abyss of what my life was like before the wheelchair ramp.” – 2023 San Antonio Ramp Recipient

Have you ever changed a person’s life in a single day?

The Texas Ramp Project (TRP) does it over 2,400 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.

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Latest Stories

San Antonio, SASO, Volunteer Stories

San Antonio Central Region receives contribution from Scholars and Athletes Serving Others (SASO)

Scott Badger, San Antonio Central Region Coordinator for the Texas Ramp Project, accepts a $1,000 donation from the SASO organization in April. The Texas Ramp Project is honored to be involved with Scholars & Athletes Serving Others (SASO) organization in the San Antonio Area. SASO is an inclusive Mother/Son service …

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Amarillo, United Way, Volunteer Stories

United Way of Amarillo Day of Caring teams up with the Texas Ramp Project to build 14 ramps in one day

Many groups of volunteers gathered today for the United Way Day of Caring for many different worthy projects in the Amarillo area. The Texas Ramp Project has been involved with the Day of Caring for many years but this year was a special year. Texas Ramp Project Region Coordinator Henry …

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Axxess Technology, Dallas, Volunteer Stories

Axxess employees give back to the community and volunteer with the Texas Ramp Project in Dallas

Volunteers from Dallas-based Axxess, the leading global technology innovator for healthcare at home, joined Texas Ramp Project leaders Gary Stopani and Pete Carey to build wheelchair ramps for Dallas area neighbors, providing them with long awaited freedom and mobility.

27,292 Ramps Built

Total Ramps Built

139 Miles of Ramps

Miles of Ramps

715,223 Hours

Volunteer Hours