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Ramp Builders, Organizations and Projects in Texas

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

The Texas Ramp Project

Organization: The Texas Ramp Project
Description: The Texas Ramp Project builds wheelchair ramps for disabled or elderly people who can’t afford to buy one. The Texas Ramp Project is an all-volunteer group funded by United Way, local churches, civic organizations and individuals who work to build wheelchair ramps for those in needSince incorporating in 2006, the Texas Ramp Project
has built more than 4,167 safe, durable ramps
across the state
Dallas, Texas
Website: The Texas Ramp Project
Story: The Texas Ramp Project (PDF)
Contact Info:
Contact Referral Form
Coordinator: John Laine
Service Area: Texas

Christmas in Action teams build wheelchair ramps

Organization: Christmas in Action
Description: Christmas in Action is a faith-based charity of neighbors helping neighbors get their houses safe and dry. Teams answering the call this year came
from churches, such as First Baptist Church, Second Avenue Missionary Baptist, First United Methodist, Westminster Presbyterian and Mildred
Baptist, as well as local businesses, including Kohl’s, True Value, Corsicana Daily Sun, Community National Bank and Trust, and student groups,
such as Navarro College, Rotaract, ROTC cadets from Corsicana High School, FCCLA and AVID.
500 S Lee St
Midland, TX 79701
Website: Christmas in Action
Story: Christmas in Action teams build wheelchair ramps(PDF)
Contact Info:
Coordinator: Tracye Vaughan
Service Area: Navarro County, Texas

Texas Ramp Project

Organization: Johnson City First United Methodist Church
Description: Blanco County’s team of wheelchair ramp builders made another recipient happy Saturday, even though it may have been the shortest ramp in the Texas Ramp Project’s history.
Address: 105 Lbj Dr Johnson City, TX 78636
Website: Texas Ramp Project
Story: Santa's Elves Build Another Wheelchair Ramp (PDF)
Contact Info: (830) 868-7414
Coordinator: [email protected]
Service Area: Johnson,City

Three Methodist Churches

Organization: First Methodist Church of Kileen
Description: Three Methodists churches in Dallas, Mesquite and Arlington provide free ramps.
Address: 3501 E Elms Rd, Killeen, TX 76542
Website: First Methodist Church of Kileen
Story: Kids on a mission - The Killeen Daily Herald: Religion(PDF)
Contact Info: (254) 634-6363
Service Area: Dallas, Mesquite and Arlington

San Antonio Young Marines

Organization: San Antonio Young Marines
Description: The San Antonio unit of 64 area Young Marines ages 8-18 will be hosting a barbecue fundraiser July 27 to raise money for the unit's community project, Ramps for Warriors, building wheelchair ramps for wounded veterans in the area.
Address: 4th Reconnaissance Battallion
3837 Binz~Engleman Road
Fort Sam Houston, TX 78219
Website: San Antonio Young Marines
Story: Young Marines plan fundraiser to for work with local veterans - San Antonio Express-News(PDF)
Contact Info: San Antonio Young Marines
Coordinator: Brett Walker
Service Area: San Antonio

Volunteer United Methodist Action Reach-Out Mission by Youth (UM ARMY)

Organization: Volunteer United Methodist Action Reach-Out Mission by Youth (UM ARMY)
Description: Volunteer United Methodist Action Reach-Out Mission by Youth (UM ARMY) workers helped 15 families in need with home repairs and wheelchair ramp installations, amongst other projects, estimated to cost $25,000 in labor and materials.
Address: PO BOX 12170
College Station, TX 77842
Website: UM ARMY
Story: UM ARMY restores dignity - The Navasota Examiner: News(PDF)
U.M. ARMY helps change local lives through helpful acts - Longview News-Journal: News(PDF)
Contact Info: 877-771-9484, 281-728-4593
Coordinator: Brian Smith
Service Area: Navasota, Anderson and Plantersville, TX

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