Organization Details
Servants at Work (SAWS)
Servants at Work (SAWS)

SAWs® is a nonprofit, volunteer organization founded in 2003. Originally started in Indianapolis, our organization serves clients across Indiana, as well as Arizona and Virginia. We specialize in building wooden wheelchair ramps for low-income, permanently disabled individuals. With the support of our donors and volunteers, lives are changed one ramp at a time and in less than six hours we transform a client’s life FOREVER.

8427 Zionsville Rd Indianapolis, IN
Servants at Work (SAWS) Opportunities
Will You Donate to Help Build Freedom for People with Disabilities?

Did you know that 26% of people living with disabilities are also living in low-income households? Accessibility is a basic need that is often financially unattainable for many people in our community. SAWs (Servants at Work, Inc.) strives to help people be able to safely access their homes and communities by building ADA-compliant custom wooden ramps at no cost to our clients. Too many of our neighbors are in need of our help, and your support could change a life! Would you consider donating $50 to help us afford to build ramps to freedom and accessibility for people living with long-term disabilities? Your donation has a direct impact and is critical to being able to source raw materials for the ramps in the face of growing lumber costs. Please visit us online at

Volunteer Grant Writer Needed

12/2/22 +

SAWs is seeking a volunteer Grant Writer. Do you love to write? Are you able to write creatively while telling a compelling story? Are you passionate for serving others? Supporting accessibility for all? Servants at Work is looking for a volunteer grant writer to assist with the researching and writing of grants. Never written a grant before, that is okay! We are willing to teach you. This is an excellent opportunity for someone interested in learning more about the workings of a non-profit and gaining valuable grant writing skills. Desired Qualifications: • Good writing and communication skills • Basic computer skills (Microsoft Office, Microsoft Word, email) • Be organized and dependable • Enthusiasm for being a part of the SAWs mission and learning about grant writing Responsibilities: • Coordinates the planning and the preparation of grant proposals. • Assumes the responsibility for the final grant submittal and filing with the respective granting agency. • Participates in supporting written submittals for Corporate sponsorships. • Continues to research and monitor additional new grant opportunities that conform to SAWs basic mission for additional new funding sources. Length of time/duration: Start and end dates are flexible, however a commitment of at least 6 months is requested. Estimated hours: Volunteer position hours are flexible and are available on a full or part-time basis; however, a minimum of 5 hours per week/20hrs per month is suggested. Scheduling is flexible and may vary based on organizational events and project deadlines. Training: An initial onboarding training will be offered to interested volunteers. SAWs will provide templates, previously written grants, documentation grants may request, and training on the grant search software. Want to learn more? Email Sarah at