RAMP Enterprises

Quality is Culture

RAMP Enterprises

Quality is Culture

RAMP Enterprises
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RAMP Gives Back

There's more to business than business!

Quarterly RAMP will donate to a charity. Please weigh-in and let us know your charity of interest! E-mail us.

Quarterly Donations:

2017 4th Quarter
May-A-Wish Foundation of America

Tens of thousands of volunteers, donors and supporters advance the Make-A-Wish vision to grant the wish of every child diagnosed with a life-threatening medical condition. In the United States and its territories, on average, a wish is granted every 34 minutes. We believe a wish experience can be a game-changer. This one belief guides us and inspires us to grant wishes that change the lives of the kids we serve.


2017 3rd Quarter
Women and Family Life Center

The mission statement of Women & Family Life Center is to empower women and their families to face challenges and transitions in their lives with grace and dignity. Within our safe and intimate setting on the Connecticut shoreline:

  • Women and families in crisis move to new strength
  • Life transitions become a time of positive change rather than a time of isolation, fear, and financial distress
  • Women and families are able to access a strong network of support, education, and community

2017 2nd Quarter
Caroline's Miracle Foundation

Bringing smiles to the faces of children with inoperable brain tumors. Collaborating for the cure!

Caroline's Miracle Foundation has a three pronged mission:

  • to help families of children affected by DIPG create unique and special experiences based on their child's favorite things... In fact, Caroline's suggestion: "to provide kids with Limo rides to doctor appointments" :) Really, our goal is to simply help kids with DIPG do something that makes them smile!
  • to fund promising research to help find a cure for Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma
  • to support safety programs in Caroline's beloved community of Old Lyme

2017 1st Quarter
University of New Haven, Charger Challenge, Innovation Center

2016 4th Quarter
PROJECT 3.8

PROJECT 3.8 was so named to call attention to the fact that national funding for all pediatric cancers combined is a mere 3.8%, which is not enough. PROJECT 3.8 was founded by Robyn Ivy in collaboration with Melissa Murray of the Dorian J. Murray Foundation to carry on Dorian's legacy.

PROJECT 3.8's mission is:

  • To educate people about the disruption cancer brings to families
  • To encourage and inspire others to help their neighbors who are fighting cancer
  • To financially support pediatric cancer research

2016 3rd Quarter
Horizons for Homeless Children

Horizons for Homeless Children is one of the few organizations in Massachusetts focused exclusively on the needs of young homeless children and their families. Today, we provide high-quality early education, opportunities for play, and family support services to more than 2,000 homeless children each week in Massachusetts.


2016 2nd Quarter
Confetti Foundation

The mission of the Confetti Foundation is to supply birthday parties to children who have to spend their birthday in the hospital.

The foundation was started with the hope that families will be able to shift their focus from their child's sickness for just 30 minutes and celebrate. Although the party is not a cure, it will be a welcome distraction and good reminder that every child deserves to be celebrated.


2016 1st Quarter
University of New Haven, Charger Challenge, Innovation Center