Nominations Sought for DryHome’s ‘Free Roof for the Holidays’

Nominations Sought for DryHome’s ‘Free Roof for the Holidays’

DryHome Roofing and Siding, a Sterling-based roofing company, is accepting nominations for its 13th annual Free Roof for the Holidays program for a deserving Northern Virginia-based individual, family or nonprofit in need of a free roof. The free roof will be awarded based on nominations DryHome receives from customers and the community.

Nominations close on Dec.1, 2015. Winners will be announced in early December.

To nominate an individual, family, or nonprofit, go online to and click on the nomination form or email DryHome at Nominator should include their name and phone number as well as nominee’s name, address, phone and reason why they are being nominated. DryHome will carefully review and evaluate all applications before selecting the nominee.

DryHome Roofing and Siding has been serving Northern Virginia for more than quarter of a century and is committed to making a difference in the community. Every day, DryHome’s work ensures that families and organizations have safe, high-quality roofs. The “Free Roof for the Holidays” program enables DryHome to thank its customers and the community by helping those less fortunate have a safe roof over their heads, too.

The “Free Roof for the Holidays” program is open to Northern Virginia families, individuals and nonprofits. Last year, DryHome awarded a roof to Cornerstones, a local nonprofit that works to alleviate homelessness, ensuring one of its houses was ready to become a home for a single mother and her eight-year-old child. Other recipients have included: Leesburg’s Janice Coe, a social worker and tireless advocate for the homeless; Leesburg widow Ann Harris; Doorways for Women and Families’ Safehouse; Leesburg resident Barbara Green, a widow and school bus driver; veteran Hubert Laconia; Good Shepherd Alliance, a nonprofit serving Loudoun’s homeless, Falls Church Cub Scout House; Gabriel Homes, a nonprofit serving adults with developmental disabilities; Mrs. Caylor, a Leesburg resident and volunteer; and Bernie Cline, an elderly Alexandria resident.