HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
Ramp Building Project
Habitat for Humanity does more than build homes. They also build ramps for disabled seniors with fixed and/or low income.
Wheelchair Ramps are a necessity to maintain independence. However, some families do not have the extra money to make the upgrade.
Habitat for Humanity provides a free handicapped ramp program for qualified disabled, low-income and fixed income seniors. The materials and funding used to build the ramp are donated and volunteers help with building it.
The Plymouth Presbyterian Church Deacons have pledged to assist The Columbia County Habitat for Humanity, Ramp building project.
- Volunteer Support: to help in the construction of ramps, contact Gina, Peacemaking & Mission Chair.
- Financial Support:
Mail checks to:
Plymouth Presbyterian Church
2615 Sykes Road
St Helens, Oregon 97051
Attn: Carol, Finance Secretary
Payable to Plymouth Presbyterian Church
memo: Deacon’s Fund/Habitat Ramp.
You will receive a tax receipt for your contribution.
Your community & church thanks you.