This is a program that is chaired by director Brian McWilliams, who brings over fifteen years of construction experience to this committee. R.A.M.P. is designed to aid people that are low income and who also have physical limitations, with the construction of wheelchair ramps and minor home modifications. Funding for the Regaining Access and Mobility Program (R.A.M.P) is made possible by a grant from the Stringfellow Health Fund of the Community Foundation of Northeast Alabama.
The Piedmont Benevolence Center is a not-for-profit charitable organization dedicated to making a difference in the Piedmont Community and in the lives of the people through humanitarian relief and sustainable quality of life programs. We will align our energy and work on providing these compassionate services to the underprivileged in order for them to regain individual independence, dignity, and respect. This grant awarded to the PBC will allow us to work toward our mission of helping the underprivileged regain individual independence.