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Ramp Builders, Organizations and Projects in Arkansas

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

Rebuilding Together of Northwest Arkansas

Organization: Rebuilding Together of Northwest Arkansas
Description:

Rebuilding Together of NWA has three programs to assist area homeowners. There are many families who use all of their available resources for basic needs and simply have nothing left to maintain their homes. When their furnace quits working or their kitchen sink springs a leak or they suddenly require a wheelchair and cannot access their homes, they can turn to Rebuilding Together of NWA for help.

Address: 614 E. Emma, Suite 203
Springdale, AR 72764
Website: Rebuilding Together of Northwest Arkansas
Contact Info: 479-725-2488
Coordinator: Jan Skopecek, Executive Director
Service Area: Northwest Arkansas

Mainstream Center for Independent Living

Organization: Mainstream Center for Independent Living
Description:

Mainstream’s Ramp Program provides access to and from home for people with mobility impairments. Mainstream coordinates this program with The AT&T Telephone Pioneers (formerly known as the Southwestern Bell Telephone Pioneers) and the City of Little Rock Community Development Block Grant Initiative. The ramps are built according to ADA specifications.

Address: 300 South Rodney Parham Road, Suite #5 Little Rock, AR 72205
Website: Mainstream Center for Independent Living
Story: Arkansas Veteran
Contact Info:

501-280-0012, 800-371-9026

Service Area: Pulaski County

Ozark Mission Project

Organization: Lakewood United Methodist Church
Description: A group of teenagers is using the first weeks of summer to serve others. Instead of sleeping or hanging out by the pool, they are building wheelchair ramps, fixing roofs, and painting homes.
Address:

1922 Topf Rd

N Little Rock, AR 72116

Website: Lakewood United Methodist Church
Story: Teens completing service projects during the summer(PDF)
Contact Info: (501) 753-6186
Coordinator: CRussell@lakewood-umc.org
Service Area: Little Rock

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