For more than 30 years, giving back to the communities we serve has been a cornerstone of Bone Dry Roofing’s values. We believe in giving back to the communities we’re part of, because Bone Dry Roofing Cincinnati does more than just serve your roofing and other home solution needs. Because we’re family owned and locally operated, our teams live, work and play here, and as proud members of the community, we want to make it a better place to live for all and see it thrive.
Each year, the Bone Dry team participates in various charity events, hosts fundraisers and drives, and provides other forms of assistance to nonprofit and local organizations through sponsorship, volunteerism and support.
Bone Dry Loves Pink Campaign
Every October, during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Bone Dry hosts our annual Bone Dry Loves Pink campaign. For every roof replacement sold during the month of October, Bone Dry makes a donation to Susan G. Komen to fund breast cancer research and support. Through this campaign effort and in collaboration with our partners, the Bone Dry Loves Pink campaign has donated over $50,000 to the fight to end breast cancer.
Lakota Optimist Club
Bone Dry is a proud sponsor of the Lakota Optimist Club. The Lakota Optimist Club’s purpose is to aid and encourage the development of the youth of Lakota County and to promote an active interest in good government and civic affairs in the community. A chapter of Optimist International, the Club sponsors and supports programs in the local area. From financial support for the youth center, providing school supplies for students, and maintaining a “Senior of the Year” scholarship program at both public Lakota-area high schools, the Lakota Optimist Club gives resources to various local groups and nonprofits to make the greatest impact for the youth in our community.
Lakota Optimist Club’s main event is their annual 1.5 mile run for elementary-aged children. This major fundraising event teaches kids about the importance of an active lifestyle and building healthy habits. Over the years, the event has been host to as many as 900 kids! It has become a major event within the Lakota community.