Palouse Habitat for Humanity receives a grant from United Way of Moscow/Latah County to fund
Ramps and Rails program!
Moscow, ID (February 2, 2024) — Palouse Habitat for Humanity (Palouse HFH) announces it was awarded a
$5000 grant from United Way of Moscow/Latah County to purchase ramp components for the Home Repair
Ramps and Rails Program.
“Ramps and Rails is a service offered by Palouse Habitat to make sure homeowners on limited income with
mobility challenges can get in and out of their homes safely,” explained Nolan Corlett, Palouse HFH
Construction Supervisor. “Community volunteers complete about one project a week, installing ramps,
repairing steps or front porch entrances. The program is a partnership with the Moscow Central Lions Club
and Disability Action Center Northwest. We install aluminum or custom–built wooden ramps, depending on
the project needs.”
“United Way of Moscow/Latah County has supported the Palouse HFH Home Repair program since it was
launched in 2014. Together we’ve helped provide safe access to 215 homes across the Palouse,” shared
Jennifer Wallace, Executive Director.
To join the volunteer team or make a gift to help Palouse HFH purchase ramp materials, please visit the
Palouse HFH website, palousehabitat.org.