We are thrilled to share that our HRVP Ramp Team recently completed their 50th Ramp at a transitional home operated by the Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans (MACV). These incredible volunteers braved the rain and mud to make sure that this project was a success, so homeless veterans can access the transitional housing provided by MACV.
David Nguyen, metro housing team leader for Minnesota Housing Council for Veterans said, “The ramp for our transitional housing is instrumental for MACV to efficiently serve all of our Veterans in need. The ramp allows Veterans with wheelchairs, walkers, and other mobility barriers to safely and efficiently enter and exit the house. Most importantly, it allows us to serve those who served us with the respect and dignity they deserve. Already, we are looking at moving two Veterans into the house that received Rebuilding Together Twin Cities’ last ramp build. Both Veterans have mobility issues and we know that we will achieve our mission of ending Veteran homelessness with your support.”
Rebuilding Together Twin Cities is incredibly grateful to the HRVP Ramp Team, and we are look forward to continuing this partnership!