Opus Ramp Team Builds Two More Ramps

This month, the Opus Ramp Team built a ramp for Jacqueline in Roseville. WCCO came out to film the ramp and put together a great piece about our work to help older adults and individuals living with a disability live more independently and how that work will be supported by the Hook, Line, & Shelter Fishing Tournament. You can check out that piece HERE.

In addition, the Opus Ramp Team and Lead Volunteer Chris Reiss built a ramp for Salley in May. They also fixed some paneling on the exterior of the home. The homeowner’s daughter wrote us this lovely thank you note, “I just wanted to thank you for fixing the paneling on our house. Also, my mom and I really appreciate the ramp. I’m able to get her outside in front, which is really nice (weather permitting). Also, we get a lot of compliments about the ramp.”

Thank you to the Ramp Team volunteers and Chris for two more life-changing projects!

Ramp Team Restores Homeowner’s Independence

Our Ramp Team recently constructed a ramp for Marge,
who has problems with her knees and isn’t able to navigate even the smallest
step.  As a result, she has not been able
to leave her house for three years. 
Thanks to the hard work of the Ramp Team, Marge can now go outside
again, and she was truly overwhelmed by the help she received.  Thanks to our amazing Ramp Team for changing
lives one ramp at a time!

Thanks to our Ramp Team!

Our incredible ramp team recently constructed a ramp for a 69-year old veteran living with a disability in Inver Grove Heights.  This ramp will ensure that the homeowner can come and go safely and independently from his home.