CRA is reaching out to the community . . .
CRA's first community service project was back in 1989 re-roofing the metro area Camp Fire Girls building. Just as significant then as it is now, giving back to the community is a top priority of the Colorado Roofing Association and just as important to the many members of our association.
Our members recognize the need to help other individuals and organizations that face economic or physical difficulties. Working together to reach our community outreach goals each year, our members give back to our community through volunteering, donated items/materials/labor and providing financial assistance to local charities, non-profit organizations and individual homeowners in need.
Click here for our “Hall of Fame” page listing past projects and photos.
Rob McReynolds Raise the Roof Fund - Make a Donation
Make a donation to the Rob McReynolds Raise the Roof charity fund. Fund was established in September 2019, to honor Rob McReynolds memory, his giving heart and the lasting impression he has made on us and the roofing industry. Donations will pay in whole or in part for a deserving homeowner or non-profit in need of a roof each year. More info.
Volunteer to Help
Consistent with our mission statement, it is the actions of our members that will continue to promote the image of the roofing industry throughout the state! Donate your time, materials or labor. On behalf of the CRA Community Service Committee, thank you in advance for your interest and involvement.
CRA members who want to volunteer to help with any upcoming CRA Community Service project, please send us an email.
Do you need assistance with your roof?
Are you a consumer or non-profit that needs help with your roof? Members – do you know of someone who could use our help? Use the forms below to apply.
Community Service Application for Help – Thank you for your interest in the Colorado Roofing Association’s Community Service Program. We are committed to keeping homeowners and non-profits “Dry.” Our program exists to assist the elderly and disabled on fixed incomes, working/low to moderate-income families and financially strapped non-profit organizations that are in need of roof repairs.
Click on the appropriate link below, and submit your application for review by CRA’s Community Service Committee.