WRAP Expo Segment

The mission of WRAP, the Wheelchair Ramp Accessibility Program is to provide affordable flexible home access on a timely basis for those in need.

WRAP Awarded Community Foundation Grant

A Program Fund grant helps support the Wheelchair Ramp Accessibility Program. This effort provides low-cost wheelchair ramp design and instillation for individuals and families in need. View our complete WRAP Awarded Community Foundation Grant article.

Customer Satisfaction Survey Comments 2017

In 2017, WRAP’s volunteers completed over 81 wheelchair ramp projects in Linn County, Iowa. View our 2017 Customer Satisfaction Report.

9 Who Care: Bob Clark and the work of using all your skills

Cedar Rapids ABC Channel 9 reports on Wheelchair Ramp Accessibility Program very own Bob Clark has a lengthy list of volunteering, from volunteering hours to rewiring houses to spending time to build accessibility wheelchair ramps.

WRAP’s Very Own Reaches Milestone

On Oct 12, 2016, Ron Tonneson a volunteer with Wheelchair Ramp Accessibility Program (WRAP) completed his 200th ramp project in Eastern Iowa. For over thirteen years, WRAP has helped Lynn County home owners with mobility issues in building new access ramps into their homes.

United Way Annual Outstanding Volunteer Awards Event

United Way Annual Outstanding Volunteer Awards event was held on April 10, 2014 to appreciate and recognize volunteers in our community. This year, over 40 nominations and more than 7,000 votes were received and the winners were announced at our Volunteer Awards event. The WRAP (Wheelchair Ramp Accessibility Program) was nominated for United Way Volunteer Award – Outstanding Group Volunteers finalist.

CBS2 Heroes – Volunteer Hall of Fame

WRAP very own Myron (“Mike”) Wilson was recognized by the State of Iowa by inducting him into the Volunteer Hall of Fame in Des Moines, Iowa. As a retired electrical engineer from Rockwell Collins, he has spent the last 20 years volunteering his time and talents for organizations ranging from the Cedar Rapids Symphony, to using his engineering skills for the WRAP (Wheelchair Ramp Accessibility Program).

Ramp referrals are being accepted, but there is likely to be a serious slowdown in the building schedule due to the coronavirus.