STOPGAP KINGSTON IS HERE!
The StopGap Kingston Community Ramp Project is thrilled to have launched with an initial ten free portable access ramps provided to businesses in Kingston to eliminate single step barriers & create an inclusive city for everyone to live, work & play.
The success of the StopGap Kingston Community Ramp Project is made possible by participating businesses and the incredible generosity of Kingstonians & our amazing Community Partners. To all of you – thank you for helping Stop The Gap!.
The StopGap Foundation was founded in Toronto by Luke Anderson, and there have been many successful builds in that city as well as other communities across Canada. The overall goal of the project is to make businesses accessible for all, and to do so in a fun way that gets people talking and thinking about accessibility in new ways.
Want to bring this amazing initiative to your city or town? Take a look at the resources available at stopgap.ca to help get you started, and Stop The Gap in your community!