Accessibility ramps for veterans
Sites from Ohio to Seattle
Volunteer teams install donated supplies
Across the globe, UPSers like driver Greg Schneider donate thousands of hours to volunteer projects each year. Schneider began working for UPS when he was in high school, loading packages into UPS trucks and trailers. It’s the only company he’s ever worked for during his 36-year career. But these days, it’s not his only “job.” As the volunteer coordinator for UPS in the Ohio/Kentucky River Valley area, Schneider started “Ramp it Up for Veterans”—a project that installs ramps for veterans in need. The UPS Foundation buys the materials, and UPS employees volunteer to install them. From Ohio to Seattle, UPS reps have come together to build more than two dozen ramps for veterans.
What will Future You do to serve those who’ve served?