Jobin Roofing is proud to partner with these local organizations who are doing great things for our community. We support them as often as we can by volunteering with them, providing materials and supplies, and donating financial resources.
Grant Rilette Fishing out of Pacific City, OR has been a staple in many aspects of our business. From floats down NW Oregon coastal rivers chasing fall Chinook and winter Steelhead, to off-shore Dory fishing for Rockfish, Ling Cod, Salmon, Halibut and Dungeness Crab, Grant has done a great deal for our veteran outreach programs and customers as well as our organization.
Grant and his wife Whitney Rilette have gone above and beyond making us feel as if Pacific City was our second home. Their warm personalities, optimistic outlook and hospitality are nothing short of exceptional. They even offer accommodations in their beach house (that is a steal for the price and sleeps up to 6), beautifully decorated, quiet and relaxing, this is the perfect get away place that nobody knows about. Whether your ideal day is spent watching the sunset from the deck, sitting around the fire with friends or spending the day fishing, Grant and Whitney have you covered. Visit: grantrilettefishing.com
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope. Through volunteer labor and tax-deductible donations of money and materials, Clark County’s Evergreen Habitat for Humanity builds and rehabilitates simple, decent houses with the help of the homeowner. Habitat houses are sold to families at no profit, financed with affordable, no-interest loans. The homeowners’ monthly mortgage payments are recycled into a revolving Fund for Humanity that is used to build more houses.
Jobin Roofing is honored to donate roofing shingles, building materials and supplies to this important cause which directly benefits the local community. Visit: https://www.ehfh.org/
Kleen Street’s Villa for Veterans program provides a safe place to heal and home-based resources. Many of the veterans are disabled and were homeless. They help veterans adjust into society by supplying:
- Safe place with peer support
- Home based navigator
- Sober recreational events
- Recovery based programs
- Case management
- Educational workshops
- Employment resources
- Family support
- Positive lifestyle changes we call Recovery