The Roofing Alliance is proud to announce the adoption of the roofs of 165 stand-alone Ronald McDonald Houses throughout the U.S. Thanks to the big hearts & broad shoulders in our industry, we are Keeping Families Safe, Dry & Close, when they need it the most. The 165th Ronald McDonald House Charities Intermountain Area was adopted by Redd Roofing Company.
Roofing Alliance and National Roofing Contractor Association (NRCA) contractors have committed to adopting one or more roofs offering inspections, repairs and maintenance services for Ronald McDonald House roofs.
A safe, water-tight roof is essential for these homes where Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) is helping families with sick children across the country by keeping them together and close to the medical care they need, when they need it most.
At 168 members strong, the Roofing Alliance is the foundation for the National Roofing Contractors Association and is a dedicated forum of roofing contractors, manufacturers, distributors, service providers and industry professionals. These roofing men and women promote and fund the advancement of roofing through research, education, technology and philanthropic initiatives to help shape the future of the industry.
In April of 2017, the Roofing Alliance with the focused efforts of Rod Petrick, Charles Antis and many more Roofing Alliance members and staff began working with Ronald McDonald House Charities to create a partnership that would connect the roofing industry with the stand-alone Ronald McDonald Houses to provide ongoing roof maintenance. The roofing industry enthusiastically embraced the efforts of RMHC to help families with critically ill or injured children stay together, near the hospitals providing them medical care.
Watch Charles Antis tell the story of how an idea to keep families safe across the country came to fruition.