Wheelchair ramps & home repair projects for low-income and/or disabled Central Virginians
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
121 people are interested
project:HOMES, a housing nonprofit located in Richmond, Virginia, needs volunteers to build and assemble wheelchair ramps for persons with disabilities in the greater Richmond areas -- a great experience for groups. The ramps are a modular system that is built in our warehouse and delivered to the disabled person's home for final assembly and installation. Designed to meet all accessiblity requirements, these units can be assembled in about a day using volunteer crews. Volunteers are also needed to complete small-scale home repair projects like building fences, painting railings, and yard work.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About project:HOMES (formerly ElderHomes)
88 Carnation Street, Richmond, VA 23225, US
Changing lives and improving neighborhoods one home at a time.
project:HOMES is a non-profit community development corporation that provides a long list of home repair services throughout the Greater Richmond area. Our services range from minor emergency home repairs; to accessibility modifications and wheelchair ramps built by volunteers. We also develop multi-family apartment housing for low-income seniors.
project:HOMES welcomes volunteers from all walks of life - any age and skill level. Projects are done on weekdays and weekends. We will choose a project from our waiting list that is suitable for the make-up and skill level of the you or your volunteer group.
We'll work with your schedule.
88 Carnation StreetRichmond, VA 23225
- Problem Solving
- Home Repair
- People 55+
- Must be at least 12