You can personally make a difference in the life of a veteran in need. No construction experience is required, only an eagerness to serve those in need.

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We don't charge the veterans we serve one penny. So we are grateful to those that help to fund our projects with funds and resources.

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Know Someone Who Needs an AMO-Ramp?

An AMO-Ramp is a cement access mobility ramp that enables those with mobility challenges to enjoy easier access in and out of their homes. We install these free of charge to qualifying veterans so they can enjoy a better quality of life.

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Do you know of a veteran with mobility challenges that could use a concrete wheelchair ramp to their home?

Too often our disabled veterans are forgotten after they served so faithfully. For many veterans their disabilities occur after their separation from the service, so the V.A. may not be able to help them.

Many veterans with a mobility challenge have difficulty just entering and exiting their homes. When this is the case they may simply avoid leaving home all-together, contributing to feelings of isolation and depression.

However, with an AMO-Ramp, these veterans can gain a sense of well being as a result of better access to opportunities for social interaction and a greater sense of self sufficiency.

Today most of us do not know our neighbors and are unaware if someone is need of a helping hand. This is why we need your help to spread the word and raise awareness. Get to know those who served and others in need in your neighborhood. Pass out this flyer or this tri-fold flyer. You can also show those who have a need for an AMO-Ramp how to apply for one here.

Full page flyer great for displaying in veteran friendly businesses.
Tri-fold flyer that explains our history, mission, and how folks can get involved.

Help us get the word out!

Feel free to make copies of these flyers and ask local veteran-friendly businesses if they will display them.

You may also hand them out to other veterans or patriots to help get the word out about our services or how they can participate with us in giving back to those who gave so much.