Roof Maker, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of skylights, roof windows and bifold doors, has donated over £20,000 to help bring fun and happiness into the lives of disadvantaged children.
For the second year in a row Roof-Maker was the leading donor at the annual ‘Kids Out’ Question of Sport fundraising event in London this April. KidsOut is a national charity, which provides help for underprivileged and abused children across the country.
Scott Nicholas and Rachel Owen, founders of Roof-Maker, donated the main auction prize and the company also hosted a table, contributing over £20,000 of the £100,000 raised on the evening.
Scott Nicholas said: “We are committed to being a socially responsible organisation and the work that Kids Out does year on year touches all our hearts. We feel very proud to be supporting such a worthwhile charity.”
As a company, Roof Maker is committed to making a positive difference to the communities, where it operates as part of its corporate social responsibility charter. This includes its environmental policy, which includes a strict recycling policy and use of solar panels to generate electricity.
Helping good causes forms a key part of this policy, and Roof Maker’s staff frequently get involved in charitable fundraising initiatives, such as Children in Need, Wear it Pink and DIY SOS.