Albany, NY, March 18, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The Ronald McDonald House in Albany, NY, needed a wheelchair ramp while their building was under construction. National Ramp answered by donating a ramp and having it installed in a moment’s notice.
By donating ramps to The Ronald McDonald house, National Ramp believes that they contribute to The Ronald McDonald House’s goal of providing stability and resources for families in need. A Ronald McDonald House is that “home-away-from-home” for families so they can stay close by their hospitalized child at little or no cost.
National Ramp offers an exclusive design of aluminum, steel and wood handicap ramps. National Ramp responds to the needs of the community when asked and hopes their efforts will bring freedom to those who need a ramp to go outside of their home.
To view a video of The Ronald McDonald Ramp Installation: http://nationalramp.com/videos/ramp-donation-to-the-ronald-mcdonald-house/.
National Ramp says, “National Ramp donates ramps to organizations we believe in and will continue to support organizations such as Ronald McDonald House that makes the lives of physically challenged people better and easier.” National Ramp believes in giving back to an industry that has been very rewarding to them not so much as in financial but emotional happiness in helping those with physical disabilities. To find out more about National Ramp and what they do visit their site http://nationalramp.com and see their blog and find out what they do and what they are about.