Lauren Roberts – Wichita Falls Times Record News | Dec. 16, 2020 Mike Brahier moved to Wichita Falls in October of 2019 from Ohio. After retirement Brahier and his wife decided to move closer to their children and grandchildren. Brahier’s wife uses a heavy wheelchair that the family struggled to get up the steps outside…

by: by Epiphany La’Sha Posted: Dec 17, 2020 / 05:30 PM CST TEXARKANA, Texas (KTAL/KMSS) – Volunteers of The Texas Ramp Project built a 40-foot long wheelchair ramp for a Texarkana Resident on December 11. According to the recipient’s sister, Deborah Williams his goal is to be mobile. “It feels really well it’s going to free him…

By Vania Patino. Updated: Dec. 10, 2020 at 9:03 PM CST AMARILLO, Texas (KFDA) – With over 100 projects in their backlog, the Panhandle Chapter of the Texas Ramp Project is asking for more hands to keep up with the demand. The organization works across the state to build ramps for those who are disabled….

Featured Photo Caption: More than a dozen volunteers showed up to build the ramp at last Thursday. Photo by Andy Behlen By Andy Behlen – Wed, 11/25/2020 – 17:46 The Texas Ramp Project (TRP) celebrated building “100 Miles of Freedom” on Nov. 15. The statewide organization estimates that since TRP’s inception in 2006, its more…

Happy ramp build volunteer crew

Featured Photo Caption: Volunteer workers celebrate the Texas Ramp Project’s “100 Miles of Freedom” milestone upon completion of a ramp Saturday, Nov. 21. The group includes (back, l-r) Eric Stanfill, Bill Willeford, Jerry Halpain, Bonnie Ostein, (front, l-r) Frank Baker, Tim Herrick, Jim Ott and Tim McRae. Progress photos by Michelle Dillon Jacksonville Progress |…

Featured Photo Caption: Click here to watch the video of this story Texas Ramp Project is set to build 200 wheelchair ramps in the next month KSAT  – SAN ANTONIO By Alicia Barrera Published: November 14, 2020, 12:12 pm Updated: November 14, 2020, 10:28 pm Sylvia Cooper lives in a mobile home community in far Southeast…

Feature Photo Caption: Well, of course it takes three members of the Texas Ramp Project to drill a hole. From left, it’s Bruce LeGrow, Brad Heath and Cal Hadzik making things fit. Photo by Neil Abeles / Texarkana Gazette. Texarkana Gazette | Aug. 11 2020 @ 8:43pm The nine retired men had had a lot…

FUMC Sachse volunteers build ramps

Feature Photo Caption: Volunteers from First United Methodist Church Sachse build a ramp for an individual who needs help moving around. FUMC Sachse’s men’s group has participated in the North Texas Ramp Project since 2017. Courtesy Photo The Sachse News August 29, 2019  |  By Morgan Howard, Staff Writer  |  [email protected] Men’s group serves community…

Featured image caption: These ramp builders are getting themselves poised to build a ramp in Atlanta. From left, they are Gary Grogan, Jim Moulton, Roger Geiger, Mike Simon and Pete Schroeder, all from Eagle Landing. Photo by Neil Abeles /Texarkana Gazette. Texarkana Gazette November 14th, 2018  |  by Neil Abeles Cass County’s ramp builders do, indeed, have…

KAMC News  |  Lubbock (Video) By Victoria Larned Published at 10:14 PM CDT on Sep 23, 2018 The non-profit organization, Texas Ramp Project, is trying to provide disabled individuals more freedom, by building them free ramps at their homes. “She couldn’t get out and go outside. She couldn’t go shopping or do anything like that…

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