Building a Freedom Ramp is a wonderful way that volunteers can join together on a project that does not demand a large time commitment yet offers an immense improvement in quality of life and freedom for a local resident. There are hundreds of people in the Greater Lafayette area who are homebound for lack of a wheelchair ramp.
Construction work under the direction of a Habitat Project Manager can be done by a wide age and ability range. Very little skill and no tools are required. Just bring a loving heart and willing hands. This is a great Project for a Church group, Civic group, Purdue Student group, Veterans group or just a group of friends.
Currently there is a waiting list of qualified applicants – so your team (should you choose to build a ramp) literally determines how soon one of our special clients will gain their freedom and an accessible home.
# of Volunteers: 4–6 individuals
Day of the Week: Saturdays
Time Commitment: 6 Hours