Our goal is to ensure every one of our neighbors has a happy, healthy place to call home. Together, let’s make our communities the best they can be.


Giving our neighbors the freedom to move about

Each year, MBAKS members and community volunteers head to homes throughout King and Snohomish counties to build wheelchair access ramps. For free. Because our neighbors in need deserve the same freedoms we have.

Since 1993, our members have provided more than 500 ramps. These ramps provide a much-needed benefit for individuals and families who struggle to get themselves or their loved ones safely in and out of their homes.

MBAKS and Ashworth Homes President Erich Armbruster with MBAKS Executive Director Kat Sims and Rampathon recipients VanderBeken Remodel Rampathon volunteers. Photo: Alabastro Photography Chermak Construction President Noah France with Rampathon volunteer team and ramp recipients Building Beyond the Walls Rampathon volunteers in Enumclaw MBAKS Past President Mike Walsh with Terrene Homes Rampathon volunteers. Photo: Alabastro Photography Johnson Braund Rampathon volunteers Bath Plus Inc. Rampathon volunteer team Home Run Solutions Rampathon volunteer team. Photo: Alabastro Photography Professional Women in Building Rampathon volunteer team Arlington Hardware volunteer team with Rampathon recipient Carlisle Classic Homes Principal and Project Manager Alex Adolfi putting the finishing touches on a ramp Rampathon recipients using their ramp, constructed by Westhill Inc. Rampathon recipient Lula Martin with volunteers from Crescent Builds

Rampathon on Hold

For precautionary reasons related to COVID-19, Rampathon is on hold. We will add updates as more information becomes available.

Contact our community stewardship team, 425.460.8232, with questions.

Top of page photo courtesy Bath Plus