Ramp It Up Calgary!

Crystal Schick/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB -- Hwa Kim, coordinator of the Ramp It Up project, sits in a doorway with one of the brightly coloured ramps that will be used at several businesses in Inglewood and Kensington to make wheeled entry more accessible in Calgary, on June 23, 2015. --  (Crystal Schick/Calgary Herald) (For City story by  Annalise Klingbeil) 00066406A
Crystal Schick/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB — Hwa Kim, coordinator of the Ramp It Up project, sits in a doorway with one of the brightly coloured ramps that will be used at several businesses in Inglewood and Kensington to make wheeled entry more accessible in Calgary, on June 23, 2015. — (Crystal Schick/Calgary Herald) (For City story by Annalise Klingbeil) 00066406A

Brightly coloured wooden ramps are coming to Calgary to help everyone belong in community.

We’re launching this small but mighty community ramp project this summer and looking for more single-step business places to sign up for a free ramp that helps all Calgarians access businesses and services and special places in our city. We need donations of new plywood, lumber, paint and other equipment.  Connect with us at info@accessiblehousing.ca to let us know if you’d like to get a customized ramp for your business place.

Read more about this exciting project.