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Habitat for Humanity of Cape May County is accepting applications for our Ramp It Up program which installs temporary ramps at individuals’ homes. Providing accessibility helps individuals and families stay in their homes and remain connected to their communities and the resources they rely on.

Providing accessibility through the ramp program is in keeping with Habitat’s mission of creating and sustaining simple, decent, affordable housing. Instead of being forced to move, a ramp allows homeowners with low to moderate incomes to remain living safely in their homes.

To qualify for our ramp program, the applicant must meet the following criteria: resident of Cape May County, own and live in their home, have current homeowner's insurance, and meet household income limits which are determined using HUD guidelines.

Thank you to our volunteers and donors for the time, effort, and resources you have invested to bring this program to fruition and to Univest for the grant that funded the start-up of this program.

Please email elizabeth.franco@habitatcapemay.org if you or someone you know is in need of a temporary ramp.


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Habitat for Humanity Cape May County
20 Court House South Dennis Rd  | Cape May Court House, New Jersey 08210
6094630244 | executive.director@habitatcapemay.org

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