Our Core Focus - Social Responsibility
RCV wants to offer more than just our services to our community. It is our duty to pay it forward and we truly believe in giving back to the local community.
Veteran Roof Donation
As a Veteran owned business, giving back to those who served is near and dear to our hearts. Every year, RCV provides a free roof replacement to a local veteran in need. We believe it is our duty to pay it forward to the Veterans who have done so much for us and our nation.
In 2019 RCV had the opportunity to partner with Habitat for Humanity and Owens Corning in the National Roof Deployment Project and bring this initiative to Indiana for the very first time.
If you or someone you know is a Veteran and in need of a roof replacement, please apply for our Veteran Roof Giveaway. The deadline to enter is July 1st of each year. Applications received after this deadline will be considered the following year.
RCV wants to give assistance to those in our community that need it the most. Every year, we provide a free roof replacement to a household facing very difficult circumstances and desperately in need of a new roof.
If you or someone you know needs a new roof, but can’t afford it due to extremely difficult circumstances, please apply for our Correct-A-Roof Campaign. The deadline to enter is July 1st of each year. Applications received after this deadline will be considered the following year.
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity is one of the best non-profits in Bloomington, and RCV is proud to be involved with this amazing organization. For the last several years, RCV has provided free labor to help Habitat to eliminate poverty housing by building decent, affordable homes in partnership with qualifying families. In 2019, RCV committed to a five-year cash donation to also help further their noble mission.
The Habitat mission has a special urgency in Monroe County, as 1 in 5 (22%) people live in poverty. Monroe County is the least affordable place to live in the state of Indiana. An employee earning minimum wage must work 100 hours per week every week of the year to afford a two-bedroom apartment.
If you’d like to join us in supporting Habitat for Humanity, click here to see the opportunities in Monroe Country.
Teacher of the Year
RCV believes in thanking our local teachers and giving back to education.
Each year the Bloomington Chamber of Commerce’s Success School, a program designed to connect the business community with local schools and students, hosts a celebration of educators. The Educator of the Year Awards recognizes local teachers, administrators and/or staff, as well as educational programs, with a special dinner and awards presentation.
RCV is thrilled to donate time, labor and material for a full gutter replacement to the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Educator Award. In addition, RCV annually donates gift certificates for Monroe County Community School Corporation to give back to education.