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4 weeks ago
RAMP

Project SEARCH is still accepting applications. Don't miss out on this opportunity to help students get real world experience! Register here: rampcil.org/project-search/Applications for Dekalb are due Feb. 5th and applications for Rockford are due Feb. 9th. ... See MoreSee Less

Project SEARCH is still accepting applications. Dont miss out on this opportunity to help students get real world experience! Register here: https://rampcil.org/project-search/
Applications for Dekalb are due Feb. 5th and applications for Rockford are due Feb. 9th.
4 weeks ago
RAMP

With heavy hearts, we bid farewell to a cherished friend, advocate, and valued community member. In 2011, Stevie Hopkins, the Director of Awesomeness at 3E Love, graced RAMP’s Changing Attitudes Breaking Barriers Luncheon as the Keynote Speaker. Co-founding the disability awareness clothing line and marketing company with his late sister Annie, Stevie honored her legacy. Stevie's inspiring journey, fueled by resilience and acceptance, became a beacon for many. Using a wheelchair due to Spinal Muscular Atrophy, Stevie understood the barriers to access that individuals with disabilities face in the community. He used that lived experience and knowledge turning it into a powerful social acceptance campaign. Stevie's message, rooted in love and embracing differences, continues to educate and empower, and will leave a lasting mark on our hearts and minds forever. Stevie Hopkins 3E Love ... See MoreSee Less

With heavy hearts, we bid farewell to a cherished friend, advocate, and valued community member. In 2011, Stevie Hopkins, the Director of Awesomeness at 3E Love, graced RAMP’s Changing Attitudes Breaking Barriers Luncheon as the Keynote Speaker. Co-founding the disability awareness clothing line and marketing company with his late sister Annie, Stevie honored her legacy. Stevies inspiring journey, fueled by resilience and acceptance, became a beacon for many. Using a wheelchair due to Spinal Muscular Atrophy, Stevie understood the barriers to access that individuals with disabilities face in the community. He used that lived experience and knowledge turning it into a powerful social acceptance campaign. Stevies message, rooted in love and embracing differences, continues to educate and empower, and will leave a lasting mark on our hearts and minds forever. Stevie Hopkins 3E Love

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I first met Stevie at MDA Summer Camp many years ago and was thrilled to reunite with him at North Boone High School when he did his first (I think) pubic awareness presentation and we then invited him to the RAMP Luncheon as our keynote speaker and he rocked it! Indeed an amazing guy! I tried to convince him for years to work for RAMP but he didn’t need it, he had his own success, his own national/international following! A true entrepreneur, leader, and all around great human being! R.I.P. Stevie, my friend! We will continue to EMBRACE, EDUCATE, EMPOWER.

Rest in peace 🙏🏻🙏🏻

Oh this make my heart so sad. Stevie truly worked hard to make a difference in this world, and brought so much awareness that we have so much work left to do.

Oh my. I’m so sorry to hear this. 💔 Amy, remember going to meet him?

So very sorry.

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4 weeks ago
RAMP

We are only $15,000 away from meeting our fundraising appeal goal for this year! Help us make a difference in the communtiy by donating here: www.paypal.com/donate/?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=FS9F4KQYDRZM6 ... See MoreSee Less

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