Grants Pass family receives wheelchair ramp thanks to Oath Keepers

Grants Pass, Ore. — One family’s daily routine is about to get a whole lot easier thanks to the Oath Keepers.

Nevaeh Geiske has cerebral palsy and getting in and out of her house everyday is becoming almost impossible. Now, thanks to the Josephine County Oath Keepers, the family is getting a ramp outside their front door.

“It’s getting a lot more difficult to carry her out of the house instead of being able to transfer her into her wheelchair and down a ramp,” explained Nevaeh’s mom, Alicia.

They say they went through Nevaeh’s school to find the Oath Keepers and are extremely thankful.

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