Master Builders Association now accepting applications for free ramps for those struggling with mobility

Employees and volunteers from Irons Brothers Construction pause for a photo during the 2021 Rampathon event.

The Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties (MBAKS), through its Rampathon program, is now accepting applications for free ramps for families struggling with mobility within their home or from nonprofit organizations whose clients or residents have mobility issues.

Since 1993, MBAKS members and community volunteers have built more than 500 ramps to give people the freedom of movement throughout King and Snohomish County.

Applications are due March 4. Apply here.

  1. Have great difficulty getting up and down my steps on my porch. I use a walker due to poor balance bf a ramp would be a great help.

    1. A big challenge for my husband is our steep front yard and driveway and his Right knee limited mobility from arthritis from years of playing basketball and we thought of having a ramp built on the edge of our front yard would be of a big help for him to walk from the top to the bottom with a handrail added to the ramp will be the ideal. Thank you for any other ideas.

      1. I encourage you to apply for the program via the link in the story. They may be able to help.

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