Numotion Foundation Continues Support of Texas Ramp Project

The Numotion Foundation was pleased to continue its support of the Texas Ramp Project whose mission is “to provide free wheelchair ramps to low-income older adults and people with disabilities.”

Founded in 2006, the Texas Ramp Project has constructed over 27,000 wheelchair ramps accounting for over 139 miles of freedom and access to the world beyond their recipient’s homes. Ramps built are constructed with volunteer labor, keeping costs to a minimum and maximizing the organization’s impact on the communities they serve.

The most recent Numotion Foundation grant provided to the Texas Ramp Project secured the funding needed to construct six wheelchair ramps in Dallas and Collin counties.

Concerning Numotion Foundation’s support, Texas Ramp Project Board Member, Gary Stopani stated “We are appreciative of the grant given to us by the Numotion Foundation. On behalf of the Texas Ramp Project board, our volunteers, and most importantly our clients, thank you for your willingness to support our efforts and work toward our vision that no one in Texas who needs a wheelchair ramp should go without one because they cannot afford it.”

To learn more about the Texas Ramp Project and their support of those living with disabilities, please visit