Chris Ball Roofing is passionate about giving back to the community and dedicating to worthwhile causes. We believe it is our duty to give to charitable organisations by dedicating our time to help those who need it most.
Kidsafe – Helping local children to play safe and stay safe
We are proud to have been able to support the following local schools with Kid Safe packs to help keep local children Safe & Sound. Our support allows these schools to be issued with board games for the children to play at the school or with their families which helps them make the right decisions to keep their friends and themselves safe.
Hayes Primary School BR2
Oak Lodge Primary School BR4
Baring Primary School SE12
Dalmain Primary School SE23
Circus Starr – Support of local disadvantaged children
Certificate of thanks awarded to Chris Ball Roofing from Circus Starr in appreciation of a generous donation that will help support disadvantaged and disabled children in your local community.
Chris Ball & Son Roofing is a Gold Business Partner 2014
St. Christopher’s Hospice
St. Christopher's HospiceSt Christopher’s Hospice, of Lawrie Park Road, Sydenham, cares for terminally ill cancer patients. The Hospice saved over £2,000 when we sent four of our builders to work for the charity.
The roofers who volunteered included Fred Cutajar, 47, of Powster, Bromley; Ken Holman, 52, of Sandringham Drive, Welling; Alec Gallego, 54, of The Glen, Shortlands; and Leto Pinchen, 23, of Derby Hill, Forest Hill.
The builders gave up a weekend to work on the Hospice roof.
The roof had been leaking over the hospice’s administration block and education centre, where hospice carers are trained.
Mr Cutajar said, “We had to work between rain showers, but it was a pleasure to help the hospice, give something back to the community and show people not all builders are the same.”
The roofing firm’s manager Lyn Rushworth said, “Builders do have a bad name, especially with all those TV programmes about builders from hell but our firm has been around for over 30 years and we like to help people out. So, when the hospice approached us for an estimate, we thought we would do it for free. It’s nice in this day and age when everything is so money-grabbing.”
Hospice communications manager Clare Barracliffe said, “We’re really grateful to Chris Ball Roofing for supporting the hospice and fixing our roof for free.”
Chris Ball Roofing sponsors St. Christopher’s Hospice Family Fun Day
An amazing 1,500 people attended the Chris Ball Roofing funded St. Christopher’s Hospice BBQ raising a fantastic grand total of £17,000!