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Over the past decade, the COA has built 280 handicap accessible ramps for clients often in crisis; affected by a life-changing illness or an accident that leaves them unable to efficiently access their home.

 

Our team of Handy Helper volunteers not only build ramps but also installs grab bars, smoke detectors, and makes minor home modifications that Cass County seniors are unable to complete themselves.

 

The Handy Helpers program is run 100% by volunteers and donations.

 

If you would like to become involved in building ramps for our clients, either as in individual or a group, please fill out our volunteer application noting your interest in the Handy Helpers program.

 

We hope you will join our Handy Helpers TEAM!

 

Volunteer for Handy Helpers

 

 

 

Author: 
COA Staff