Returning yet again this summer, our group of volunteers took a Saturday to team with SAWs (Servants at Work), to build a wheelchair accessible ramp for a family in need, completing this year’s ramp in record time.
This year’s ramp was built for William, a man who earlier this year suffered from a stroke and had been limited to only his home since July 5. Arriving at 8 am, our team of volunteers jumped to work on the 47-foot ramp that would allow William to enter and exit his home with ease.
“It’s truly an honor to work with SAWs,” says Nick Geiger, Project Estimator for Meyer Najem. “To see the impact that it has on the families is worth every minute. And being able to do it with this team is amazing. It’s all about family and our community,” says Geiger.
To learn more about SAWs and the impact that they have on the Indianapolis community, please visit www.sawsramps.org. Recently, SAWs was featured in an article on RTV6. To see more on this, visit www.theindychannel.com.