Target Roofing President Casey Crowther has been inducted as a member of the 2020 Board of Directors overseeing Lee BIA Builders Care, the nonprofit charitable arm of the Lee Building Industry Association.
As a board member, Casey will assist Builders Care Executive Director Becky Swift in carrying out the organization’s mission of providing emergency construction services at no cost to needy and deserving elderly and/or disabled homeowners, and their families, who cannot obtain repairs through traditional means. Members guide the nonprofit in selecting recipients for donated construction services, raising funds for projects, overseeing the agency’s operational and financial policies, and helping to plan and coordinate renovation projects and events.
“Target Roofing has proudly supported Builders Care for many years, and I’m excited to serve as our team’s representative on the board,” Casey said. “Builders Care is a fantastic organization with a goal that extends beyond just repairing and remodeling homes; it creates lifechanging moments for local seniors and residents who are disabled.”
Target Roofing has supported Builders Care since the company’s inception, providing both monetary contributions as well as pro bono roofing services.
A fifth-generation roofer and graduate of Bishop Verot High School in Fort Myers, Casey founded Target Roofing in his hometown to offer responsible, reliable and ethical roofing services to commercial clients across Southwest Florida. The company employs more than 200 full-time professionals.
Casey donates his time and resources to numerous industry-related and community-focused organizations, including the Fort Myers Pro Rodeo, Habitat for Humanity, March of Dimes, Pace Center for Girls, Community Cooperative, Bishop Verot, St. Francis Xavier School, Legacy Cheerleading, Florida Gulf Coast University, Tomstock Music Festival and more.
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