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Ramp Builders, Organizations and Projects in Florida

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

Woodbine Outreach Riding Disciples (W.O.R.D.)

Organization: Woodbine United Methodist Church

Jimmy Ray started building ramps in the early 90s. The ministry is managed by the Woodbine Outreach Riding Disciples (W.O.R.D.), the motorcycle outreach ministry at the church. They are assisted by
volunteers such as military personnel from Whiting Field.

Address: 5200 County Road 197A Pace, FL 32571
Website: Woodbine United Methodist Church
Story: Pace church makes wheelchair ramps for people in need
Contact Info:


Coordinator: Sharon Glass
Service Area: Pensacola,FL


Organization: Centers for Independent Living

Annual one-day wheelchair-ramp building event to build 14 ramps.

Address: 720 N. Denning Dr.
Winter Park, FL 32789
Website: Centers for Independent Living
Story: Center For Independent Living's Rampage Event Building Access Ramps Across Central Florida February 25th
Contact Info:


Coordinator: Jessie Cappiello [email protected]
Service Area: Orlando, FL

Rebuilding Together

Organization: Jacksonville's Disabled Services Office | Home Builders Institute |Jacksonville Job Corps to construct the ramps

Free wheelchair ramps will be offered to disabled, low-income people in Jacksonville through a city program. To be considered for a free ramp, go to

Address: 117 W Duval St #425
Website: City of Jacksonville Wheelchair Ramp Program
Story: Public-private partnership to build free wheelchair ramps (PDF)
Contact Info:

(904) 630-4940

Coordinator: Delores Williams
Service Area: Jacksonville, FL

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