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WISCONSIN (CBS 58) -- As victims recover from the tragedy, many will need wheelchairs, but their homes are likely not wheelchair accessible.
That's where Nameless Builders come in. This group of volunteers are building ramps for free for anyone who needs them installed at their home.
One of the builders said the goal is simply to help as many people as possible.
"So if we can take what we already do for the community, and give back to the community, and we can rally the community together to pay for it and bring local businesses in that want to donate to the cause, I don't see there's anything wrong with that and I think it's a win for everyone," said Brock Held of Nameless Builders.
Nameless Builders makes ramps for just about anybody that needs them, from war veterans to older people who have trouble getting around, to victims of senseless violence.