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SERVPRO's St Augustine volunteer project September 13, 2018

St. Augustine, St. Johns
SERVPRO's St Augustine volunteer project , St. Augustine, Florida

Wanted to share a few videos from the recent volunteering project we had. SERVPRO teamed up with St Johns Housing Partnership to build a wheelchair ramp for this local vet in need. 

It was discovered by local authorities that this local family was in a bind – they needed a wheelchair ramp but could not afford one. 

It was a perfect opportunity for SERVPRO’s St Augustine location to give back to the community by volunteering finances and skilled labor needed for the project. 

Time-capsule video

Building a ramp

Shorter ramp video

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