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Ramp Builders, Organizations and Projects in Alabama

Alabama list of charitable organizations that build wheelchair ramps for people in desperate need of a ramp, but do not have a source of funding.

CASA Ramp Program

Organization: CASA of Marshall County
Description: CASA is the Care and Assurance System for the Aging and Homebound. It provides volunteer services to assist the elderly and homebound with activities of daily life, enabling them to maintain their dignity through independent living. All CASA services are free and based solely on need.
Address:

Marshall County Family Resource Center
18 Grimes Drive Guntersville, AL

Website: CASA of Marshall County
Story: Volunteer 'muscles' needed to build ramps (PDF)
Contact Info: 256-279-0007
Coordinator: Terri Shaddox
Service Area: Albertville, AL

Ramps Build with Love

Organization: First United Methodist Church of Brewton (FUNC)
Description:

FUNC has built 60 handicap ramps in Brewton and all over the country

Address:

820 Belleville Ave
Brewton, AL

Website: First United Methodist Church of Brewton
Story: Ramps Built With Love (PDF)
Contact Info: 251-867-8051
Coordinator: Dr. Ed Glaize
Service Area: Brewton, AL

RAMP (Reaching Accessibility for all Methodist Persons and Places)

Organization: RAMP
Description:

R.A.M.P. accepts applications on a first-come, first-serve basis, and provides assistance as long as funds are available. Churches forward applications to their pastor or the district director of Disability Ministries.

Address: 962 Black Road
Somerville Alabama, 35670
Website: RAMP
Story: United Methodist Task Force on Disability Ministries(PDF)
Contact Info: (256) 778-7783
Coordinator: Deb Wade
Service Area: North Alabama AC

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