Canada: Lerners Personal Injury Lawyers Donate To StopGap Ramp Project
Last Updated: May 21 2014

On May 14, 2014, lawyers and staff from the Lerners LLP Personal Injury Group made a donation of $5,000 to the StopGap Foundation. 

StopGap is a charitable organization that promotes inclusive community designs. The organization was founded by Luke Anderson, a professional engineer, who suffered a spinal cord injury while mountain biking. The StopGap Ramp Project provides single-stepped storefronts with custom built ramps at no cost.  The brightly coloured ramps do not present a perfect solution to the problem; however, they create curiosity and get people talking about this huge design issue.  The StopGap Ramp Project has introduced many to the human right of equal access and has encouraged conversation on this topic.  More information on the community ramp project is available at www.stopgap.ca3.

Lerners is proud to support this important cause.

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