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Excerpts from The Texas Ramp Project Website <>

In 1985, the Kiwanis Club of Richardson, TX began building access ramps for residents of the Dallas area. In the years since, this effort has grown into The Texas Ramp Project, with thousands of ramps built by a network of volunteers across the state.

Volunteers for the Texas Ramp Project say it's the most satisfying work they have ever done. If you'd like to become involved, either as an individual or if you represent a group, please contact us.

The Texas Ramp Project works with local cities, social-services organizations, and hospitals to identify clients who need a ramp. The Texas Ramp Project serves 115 counties and are located in Abilene, Amarillo, Austin, Bryan/College Station, Dallas, Denton County, El Paso, Fort Worth, Houston, Longview, Lubbock, North Central Texas, San Antonio, Texoma, and Wichita Falls. For more information, go to <>.