Monday, January 9, 2017
|Irons Brothers volunteers build a ramp|
for a Shoreline resident
Photo by Tom Redner
Each year since 1993, MBA members and community volunteers head to a home site somewhere in King or Snohomish County to build a ramp. For free.
Because our neighbors in need deserve the same freedoms we have. Wheelchair access ramps are their link to our beautiful community we all share.
The Master Builders Association, through their Care Foundation, is proud to help local veterans, children in need, and elderly community members become more mobile and independent.
See previous article: Free wheelchair ramp gives Shoreline woman independence
Do you know someone who is struggling to get a wheelchair over steps? Let them know how to apply for Rampathon this year.
Applications to be considered for a free wheelchair ramp are available now.
You could be helping to change a life for the better.