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Stay up-to-date with the latest news about the Wheelchair Ramp Accessibility Program (WRAP).

WRAP Expo Segment

Watch how we provide affordable, flexible home access on a timely basis for those in need.

WRAP Awarded Community Foundation Grant

A Program Fund grant helps support the Wheelchair Ramp Accessibility Program. This effort provides low-cost wheelchair ramp design and installation for individuals and families in need, like Carly Allen.

When Carly was diagnosed with Sotos syndrome, her mother knew things would be different. Carly has difficulty with her joints, making her more susceptible to falls and broken bones. With the wheelchair ramp in place, her mother, Lisa, knows that her daughter is at less risk and will have an easier time recovering from future breaks.

The Wheelchair Ramp Accessibility Program made it so that everything was legal and affordable, and it was one less thing to worry about. It’s given us such peace of mind.”

Lisa Allen, mother of Carly

9 Who Care: Bob Clark’s Skills

Cedar Rapids ABC Channel 9 reports on Wheelchair Ramp Accessibility Program’s very own Bob Clark, who has a lengthy list of volunteer initiatives, from volunteering hours to rewiring houses to building wheelchair ramps.

Ramp referrals are being accepted, but there is likely to be a serious slowdown in the building schedule due to the coronavirus.