Isaiah 117 Location

Indy Roof & Restoration is transforming a house into a new Isaiah 117 location. The company’s founder, Aaron Christy, started it with the goal of establishing a purpose-driven organization. He also believed that investing in the community was very important to the company’s success. When it comes to finding opportunities to engage with the local community, the company looks for projects that are close to meeting the needs of the people it serves. The goal of the organization is to reduce the trauma that children going through the foster system experience. It also helps facilitate the transition for foster and kinship families. When kids are removed from their homes due to their welfare, they usually end up in the child welfare services office. The wait for children in the foster system can take several hours. Many of them are scared, hungry, and dirty. At Isaiah 117 House, kids are given a safe and warm place to wait. This is where they can feel safe and secure while receiving the love and support they need. Volunteers also provide them with toys and clean clothes. The facility also serves as a safe and secure environment for the kids waiting in the foster system. During this time, child welfare workers can help them find a good foster family.

You can read more about Indy Roof & Restoration’s new Isaiah 117 location at

WISH-TV’s Tree Campaign

Aaron Christy, Founder and Adam Kaminski, COO of Indy Roof & Restoration are working to make Christmas a little brighter this year. Indy Roof & Restoration is happy to announce a very generous donation to benefit WISH-TV’s WISH Tree campaign, benefitting Toys for Tots! The donation was a celebration after Indy Roof & Restoration successfully raising their goal of $20,000 to provide relief to the victims of the recent tornado outbreak in Kentucky. Watch the video below to learn more and how you can help!
Indy Roof & Restoration Community Involvement

Recovery Efforts for HailTrace

The team at Indy Roof & Restoration has been monitoring this past weekend’s tornado outbreak. We are devasted by the loss of life and for the survivors that have lost so much this close to Christmas. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of those affected.

Please join us in going one step further by helping our friends at HailTrace raise funds and supplies for the recovery efforts.
Indy Roof & Restoration is committed to matching all donations made by our followers dollar for dollar up to $20,000 to the GoFundMe link here.

Indy Roof & Restoration Community Involvement

We know that every dollar that is donated through this link will go directly to
the survivors and recovery efforts.

Every little bit helps!

‘Tats 4 Tails’ Fundraiser for the Shelbyville Animal Shelter

Tats 4 Tails Aaron Christy and Indy Roof & Restoration participated in a fundraising event for the Shelbyville Animal shelter on September the 3rd, 2022! Stage Left Tattoo and Piercing hosted the event, appropriately named Tats-4-Tails. Customers had the option to choose between small (mostly) animal themed tattoos from a flash sheet (now available to view on Stage Left’s Facebook page). These designs included things like pawprints, dog bones and animal silhouettes. Normally priced between $80-$100, these tattoos were set at $50 per design and all proceeds went to the Shelbyville/Shelby County Animal shelter. The Tats-4-Tails event was first come, first serve, with a large turnout! Interested participants arrived when the parlor opened at noon, and were cycling through artists with turnaround time of about 15 minutes. The parlor took their last customer at about 7:30 pm, resulting in about 200 total tattoos! There were about five tattoo artists working that day and volunteers helping customers with paperwork to keep the event flowing.

The total earnings are for the day were matched by Indy Roof & Restoration with their own donation to the animal shelter! This donation was presented to the Shelbyville/Shelby County Animal shelter via large check. In the end, Indy Roof & Restoration matched the results of the event by donating 10,000 dollars to the Shelbyville/Shelby County Animal shelter! In total, the shelter received a whopping 20,000 dollars! The shelter says this money will go towards vet costs to help sick, neglected, and injured animals in their shelter. Thank you to everyone that participated!

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