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Ramp Builders, Organizations and Projects in Tennessee

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

United Cerebral Palsy of Middle Tennessee

Organization: UCP of Middle Tennessee
1200 9th Ave. North Suite 110
Nashville, TN 37208
Website: UCP of Middle Tennessee
Contact Info:
615-242-4091 x104
Coordinator: John Pickett
Service Area: Tennessee

Carol. M. Peterson Housing Fund

Organization: F&M Bank
Description: Middle Tennessee non-profit agencies can now team up with F&M Bank to access grant money designed to provide wheelchair ramps for special-needs households.Radical Mission Ministries, a non-profit organization of Clarksville's First Church of the Nazarene, and Clarksville's Madison Street Church of Christ are the only Middle Tennessee charities that so far have been approved as sponsors.
221 East Fourth St.
1000 Atrium Two
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Website: Carol. M. Peterson Housing Fund
Story: Carol M. Peterson Housing Fund to provide wheelchair ramps for special-needs households (PDF))
Contact Info: 1-800-645-4199
Coordinator: Fred Landiss or Khandra Smalley
Service Area: Dover, Tennessee

Appalachia Service Project (ASP)

Organization: Appalachia Service Project (ASP)
Description: The Appalachia Service Project (ASP) started at the Imagine What's NEXT United Methodist Conference in St. Louis, Missouri.
4523 Bristol Highway
Johnson City, TN 37601
Website: Appalachia Service Project
Story: Appalachia Service Project
Contact Info:
(800) 289-4254
Coordinator: [email protected]
Service Area: Tennessee

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