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RAMPS

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Mrs. C. has dialysis four times a week. She is deeply thankful for the ramp as she no longer worries about being dropped while being carried upstairs into the house. The week before our team built the ramp, she'd been accidentally thrown out of her wheelchair and into a ditch, resulting in injuries to her...

[raw] Build Date 12/1/2014 Client Derrick Location Richmond, VA Builders Evan Clark Will Reid Joe White Colin Berger Brad Cornell Brett Glover Daniel Patterson Story Derrick has been a quadraplegic since 1997. The weather was warm and sunny for a December day, and when we asked Derrick the last time he was outside for anything other than an emergency ride to the hospital, he looked at us and asked, "What year is it?"...

Ms. S. is a recent amputee and is on dialysis three times a week. Despite these challenges, she is a busy mom with a middle school child. Her ramp means she will safely and easily be able to go to dialysis, visit the doctor, undergo rehab, and remain involved in her family life....

Mrs. A. came to us for help in getting her husband back home. Mr. A. has cancer, and his wife wants to be able to care for him in the comfort of their own home. She was delighted to meet our build crew, and so thankful for their hard work....

Build Date 7/31/2014 Client Clarence Location Henrico, VA Builders Gabi de Leon Kaitlyn Kurdziel Evelyn Saunders Story Clarence was recently diagnosed with cancer.  His future is uncertain, though he is looking forward to going home.  The hospital would not release him home until he had a ramp to help him get to doctor appointments. These young women from Maggie Walker Governor's School came together quickly on the...

Build Date 7/15/2014 Client William Location Richmond, VA Story William was on a college visit with his family when he awoke one morning to find that he could not walk.  Shortly thereafter, he was  diagnosed with an aggressive cancer. A suitcase ramp will enable him to get to and from visits to the hospital, so he is able to remain at home until...