“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

Foundations, Fundraising, Grants

Texas Ramp Project has been awarded the Candid 2024 Platinum Seal of Transparency

The Texas Ramp Project is fully committed to full transparency for our Sponsors, Donors and Foundations. Their trust in us and our mission is our number one priority. For 2024, the Texas Ramp Project has earned the The Platinum Seal of Transparency from Candid/GuideStar to demonstrate our transparency to our …

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Board of Directors, Centralized Support

Texas Ramp Project Welcomes Four New Board Members, Enhancing Leadership and Experience

The Texas Ramp Project, a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to improving mobility and accessibility for individuals in need by providing wheelchair ramps at no cost to qualified clients, is proud to announce the addition of four esteemed members to its Board of Directors. This strategic expansion aims to strengthen the …

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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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27,292 Ramps Built

Total Ramps Built

139 Miles of Ramps

Miles of Ramps

715,223 Hours

Volunteer Hours