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 Indianapolis 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.
Roof Deployment Project
As an Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Partner, Bone Dry has participated in the Owens Corning Roof Deployment Project, which provides a new roof to a deserving veteran. Often in collaboration with the local Habitat for Humanity, the Roof Deployment Project works to ensure veterans across the country have roofs over their heads.
Bone Dry Loves Pink
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.
Bone Dry also has a strong partnership with SkillsUSA Indiana Chapter, part of a national partnership of students, teachers and industry professionals working together to ensure the US has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA provides educational programs, events and competitions that support career and technical education in US classrooms. SkillsUSA has also partnered with National Roofing Construction Association (NRCA) to bring roofing to their already broad curriculum.
Quarterly Blood Drives
Bone Dry hosts quarterly blood drives, where the Bloodmobile visits the office to accept donations. Employees set appointments to give blood at the most convenient time for them, with no need to leave the premises!
In 2020, the coronavirus pandemic challenged us all. To recognize a frontline healthcare worker or first responder for their dedication to helping the community during the difficult time, we accepted nominations for one hero to receive a new roof in our Indianapolis service area!
Over 40 nominations were sent in, and our committee chose the first recipient: Neil Valestin, a firefighter and paramedic with the Zionsville, IN Fire Department and Community Heart & Vascular Hospital. Neil works tirelessly to provide for his family and community, and Bone Dry was proud to recognize a hero in our Indianapolis community for their selfless service and dedication.
As you may have guessed from our logo, Bone Dry has many dog and animal-lovers on our team. Gene Judd, owner and President, and his family are very active in dog rescue organizations and the humane society. That being said, Bone Dry is pleased to provide varying types of support to animal welfare organizations across the Midwest. For example, in Indianapolis, we provided the Boone County (IN) Humane Society shelter a new roof and join their annual charity motorcycle ride. Across our company, our teams also volunteer at local shelters, make donations and more.
Local Nonprofit Organizations
Bone Dry also supports many local nonprofit organizations, from child welfare to veterans and everything in between. We’ve participated in food and supply drives with Helping Veterans and Families of Indiana, Inc. (HVAF), which helps homeless and at-risk veterans return to self-sufficiency. Bone Dry team members delivered Thanksgiving turkeys and adopted two families during the Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons, as well as became a sponsor of Triple Blesssed, a nonprofit “dedicated, but not limited to assisting, serving, and uplifting historically underrepresented communities” in Indianapolis. Additionally, we support the local Westfield Rotary Club and their efforts.