Safety and Insurance
Roof Wind Designer
Roofing Industry Product Center
Board of Directors
Alliance for Progress
NRCA establishes disaster relief fund to help rebuild disaster areas
NRCA has established the National Roofing Foundation's Disaster Relief Fund with its charity partner Rebuilding Together, a volunteer organization that rehabilitates the houses of low-income, elderly and disabled homeowners. The fund will be used to provide new roofs in the regions affected by Hurricane Katrina.
In addition, NRCA will contribute to other industry initiatives, which have not yet been determined. NRCA will conduct research to decide the best use of its funds.
Contributions to NRCA's Disaster Relief Fund can be made to the National Roofing Foundation (NRF). Donations are tax-deductible. Contributions will be used exclusively to fund relief efforts. NRCA and NRF will cover all general and administrative costs.
/news/0905_hurricanefund.pdf class=roll>Click here to contribute to the National Roofing Foundation's Disaster Relief Fund
NRCA Executive Vice President Bill Good issued a report to NRCA members with information about NRCA's relief efforts, as well as efforts organized by national organizations. In addition, Good summarizes the hurricane's preliminary effects on the roofing industry and addresses licensing requirements for roofing work in the disaster areas.
/news/good_katrina.aspx class=roll>Click here to read Good's letter
-- Please select --
Find a contractor
For Members Only
Roofing Industry Product Ctr.
Roofing Industry News
is available online *
's May issue is available online
[ More news ]
* Member access required
Have you used the Center for Environmental Innovation in Roofing's RoofPoint™ program?
View results without voting
Find a roofing contractor
Spray polyurethane foam
Roofing contractor listing by state
© Copyright 2013 National Roofing Contractors Association