RCASF Charity Re-Roof Project
Would you like to attach your name to
a worthy community project and partner with RCASF?
RCASF seeks your assistance re-roofing
"Rosie the Riveter" 97-year-old WWII sheet metal worker's home.
Florence was born in San Antonio, Tx October 1925. She worked as a "Rosie the Riveter" during WWII in Texas. She worked as a blueprint reader and sheet metal worker during World War II. She moved into her home in 1972. She had a small business on Krome in downtown Homestead called Flo's Rock Shop. She had several jobs around Homestead including working at Turkey Point Nuclear Power Plant. She has been a good community member.
In past charity projects, RCASF has asked for member contractors to volunteer labor on the roof. Through experience, we've learned that a better approach is to have one crew on the roof and
ask for financial donations toward the project. This ensures a safe work environment.
The crew on the roof will all wear RCASF labeled shirts and photos will be taken for public relations purposes. Each company making a donation toward the project will be recognized.
Please click below to donate!