On August 10, 2023, at the Kremikovsky Monastery "St. George the Victorious," within the framework of a summer camp held at the monastery and organized annually by Milena Yotsova, a promotional event took place as part of the "Ramps4Champs" project. The event brought together children and young people with intellectual disabilities, with biggest part of the group belonging to Parallel World NGO (Plovdiv) and educational specialists, providing them with practical and theoretical tools for socialization and social integration through the sport of Boccia for people with disabilities. They discussed the power of sports in supporting integration processes in society and how it can serve as a catalyst for more effective and sustainable social change.
The main output of the Ramps4Champs project is a guide on how to organize safe and inclusive Boccia BC3 activities including both people with disabilities and their able-bodied peers. To achieve this trainers and coaches will be trained on delivering Boccia BC3 activities but also on first aid and secondary care for people with disabilities.

Boccia is a Paralympic sport designed for athletes with high support needs. It is played indoors and can be played individually, in pairs, or in teams of three; it is mix-gender and the aim is to throw balls as close as possible to a white marker ball. BC3 is a Boccia classification played by athletes with significant limitations in arm and leg functions, such as tetraplegia and myopathies.

The Ramps4Champs initiative is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.