The New Mexico Ramp Project (NMRP) sprung out of the great work that the Texas Ramp Project started. As they built more than 17,000 ramps throughout Texas, they developed the Corporate structure and ramp building procedures for an outstanding program. They have freely shared these with us, and for this we thank them. The Texas Ramp Project has, as of August 2023, built over 25,000 ramps.

The New Mexico Ramp Project was formed as a New Mexico nonprofit corporation in July of 2019. Charitable status was received from the Internal Revenue Service (501c3) allowing donations to be tax deductible.  We are fortunate to have had Doug Rowley as our original Executive Director because of his extensive experience working with the Texas Ramp project for more than four years.  In 2020, Greg Hallstrom became the Executive Director and has managed the growth of NMRP.

NMRP is a totally volunteer organization which allows us to put the bulk of donations into materials and tools which help disabled individuals break the isolation resulting from the difficulty of getting in and out of their homes.

We have been building ramps all over the state in places such as Laguna, Las Cruces, Albuquerque, Carlsbad, and Sandoval County.  Our long term goal is to be able to build ramps throughout New Mexico.

If you would be interested in helping with the corporate organization or ramp building please contact us at

New Mexico Ramp Project In the News

Volunteers and a Completed Ramp

ALTSD uses Kiki Saavedra dollars to “ramp” up help for older adults and persons with mobility issues

from the NM Aging & Long-Term Services Department on January 12, 2023

   More than 60% of persons aged 60 years and older in New Mexico have difficulty walking or climbing stairs. Further 10% of New Mexicans aged 18 years and older and with a disability have an ambulatory difficulty; this percentage is higher than …

Volunteers building a ramp

Local Nonprofit Ramps Up the Gift of Access

from the Albuquerque Journal on January 9, 2023

   Entering your home sounds easy enough, but, if you have mobility challenges, it’s often easier said than done.

   A new chapter of the New Mexico Ramp Project in Valencia County is helping by building ramps for older adults and …

Ramp Module Construction (photo from Hobbs Sun-Times)

Ramp to Independence

from the Hobbs News-Sun on December 17, 2022

   Greg Hallstrom remembers his first project shortly after he started working with the New Mexico Ramp Project out of Albuquerque.

   NMRP builds handicap-accessibility ramps complying with the standards set in the Americans with Disabilities Act as …