“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.
Volunteers build wheelchair ramp at Brownwood home If 70-year-old Maria Gage hadn’t said a word, her beaming smile easily conveyed her message of thanks. Sitting in her wheelchair outside her Brownwood home, Gage thanked the 13 volunteers Saturday afternoon who’d just finished building a ramp from a side door of the home …
It’s amazing how a stack of 2x4s, some plywood and a labor of love can equate to freedom. But that is the blissful result for dozens of electric cooperative members in Texas who have new mobility in their lives, thanks to an accessibility ramp project championed by CoServ and other …
The Texas Ramp Project is once again honored to receive a grant from the St. David’s Foundation for the building of wheelchair ramps Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Travis, and Williamson counties in the Central Texas. “Equity means everyone has the opportunity to thrive,” said Regan Gruber Moffitt, Vice President of Community …
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