Habitat for Humanity


Nations Roof of Ohio is proud to support Habitat for Humanity in Dayton. very year we donate roofing materials and our labor for different projects in Cincinnati and Dayton.

MDA Lock-Up benefiting MDA

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Local business and community leaders agree to be “arrested” for having a “big heart” in the MDA Lock-Up. This unique community-wide event raises funds for people with neuromuscular diseases.

Knockout V.I.P. Fight Night


17 brave locals enter the ring at historic Memorial Hall in Downtown Dayton to show the boxing skills they’ve learned over the past several weeks, months and even years of training at Drake’s Downtown Gym in the first Dayton Knockout V.I.P. Fight Night! This highly-anticipated event is presented by AIDS Resource Center Ohio and Dayton History (in collaboration with Drake’s Downtown Gym) with proceeds benefiting these two excellent organizations.

Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greene County, Inc

The Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greene County in a nonprofit ministry committed to uniting the religious community in Greene County to provide shelter, meals and assistance to homeless families. Our mission is to reach out as messengers of God, reflecting His unconditional love with compassion and acceptance, providing help, hope and a safe haven for our guests while they seek permanent employment and affordable housing.

Montgomery County Human Services Levy

When you support the Montgomery County Human Services levies, you help protect at-risk children and seniors, people born with serious disabilities, unemployed adults seeking jobs, and our public health. Tens of thousands of people from every community in Montgomery County rely on these critical, quality human services every year.

88.3 FM WBGO

Within public radio, WBGO is regarded as a leader because of its ground-breaking work in community and volunteer involvement, special events, and the presentation of jazz (including collaboration with local artists).

Hal McCoy Baseball Clinic supporting Building Bridges

Building Bridges acts as a “safety net” for kids who have found themselves in difficult circumstances and need a second chance to make better choices. The idea behind the Building Bridges program is simple. Instead of counseling kids from behind a desk, we put kids in situations where they are likely to succeed. As their successes add up, these kids begin to build self-esteem, something most of them, despite their street tough exteriors, are sorely lacking.

John Pirelli Lodge #1633 Bocce Classic

This is an endowed scholarship that will generate its own income and not be totally dependent on new funding every year. It carries the name of the Italian aviator who died in 1919 after whom our Lodge is named. It is an opportunity to extend ourselves to the broader community and enhance the visibility of our Lodge with our mission to preserve and promote Italian culture beyond Bella Villa Hall. Finally, it is a way to help deserving students of Italian American heritage to succeed in their college studies.

Janet A. Santoro Foundation

The Janet A. Santoro Foundation is a non-profit organization that raises funds to support and promote breast cancer awareness, research and patient & caregiver support services. In addition, The Foundation, by referral, provides support directly to cancer patients who need special help with their daily financial and emotional needs.

World Vision, 28 farm animal purchased benefiting families in need

World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.

Fifth Third Dayton Dragons breast cancer walk

This event is part of a national fundraising effort. Over 1 million walkers across the country collected more than $60 million to help fight this disease.

Toys for Tots of Dayton

The objectives of Toys for Tots are to help less fortunate children throughout the United States experience the joy of Christmas; to play an active role in the development of one of our nation’s most valuable resources – our children; to unite all members of local communities in a common cause for three months each year during the annual toy collection and distribution campaign; and to contribute to better communities in the future.

The Buddy Walk

The MVDSA buddy walk was established by the National Down Syndrome Society to celebrate Down Syndrome Awareness and to promote acceptance and inclusion of people with Down syndrome. Today, the Buddy Walk program is supported nationally by NDSS and organized at the local level by MVDSA.

Magical Season of Giving

Every year the Dayton Mall runs a Magical Season of Giving holiday campaign, raising awareness and money for a different charity every year.

The Mall at Fairfield Commons

Every year the Fairfield Mall helps raise money benefiting the needy.

Parker Bernard Scholarship


Parker Bernard Scholarship

Nations Roof of Ohio is a proud sponsor of an annual basketball tournament held for the Parker Bernard Scholarship. This year it will be held March 13,14 & 15th, 2015.

Parker Bernard was an 11 year old athlete & student that attended Bellbrook Middle School.  Parker passed away on February 10, 2012, due to complications following surgery to have a brain tumor removed.  Parker was & will continue to be remembered as a boy with bright blue eyes, an ever present smile & a contagious laugh. Parker was not only an excellent student but also a passionate athlete.

Click on the Dayton Daily News link to read more about Parker.



Parker Bernard

The 2014 flyer for the Parker Bernard Scholarship basketball tournament. 


Basketball Tournament Shirt – Back


Basketball Tournament Shirt – Front