Good Deed: CFC Foundation receives roof donation from Sentri Roofing and GAF to support youth development through soccer

Contributed photo / Work continues on a new roof at the CFC Foundation's home for its two youth programs. In front from left, are Katelyn Newsome, CFC director of operations; Julian Ramirez, program director, CFC Operation Get Active; Carlos Byron, Sentri production manager; Michelle Barron, Sentri client operations specialist; and Jessy Cardenas, Sentri CEO. In back from left, are Mario Orihuela Operation Get Active program coordinator; Jose Ramirez, program director of Chattanooga Sports Ministries Forge; Mo Cardenas, Sentri director of production; Krue Brock, CFC director; and Jon Deardorff, Sentri roof consultant.

A local roofing services company and one of its key suppliers recently installed a new roof on the Chattanooga Football Club Foundation home on Kirby Street that houses the organization's two primary programs: Chattanooga Sports Ministries and Operation Get Active.

The nonprofit foundation works to support community youth development through soccer.

Sentri Roofing, in partnership with GAF, donated the new roof. Both companies share the foundation's goal to care for the underserved in the Chattanooga community by providing access to safe places to play and build community, structured physical activity, mentorship and leadership development, according to a news release.

The CFC Foundation teamed up with Sentri Roofing and GAF for the first time in 2022 when they collaborated to donate a new roof to the YMCA Language Immersion Early Learning Center in the Highland Park Commons campus, according to the news release.

Sentri Roofing provided the installation labor, while GAF donated the roofing materials.

Karla Villacis, Sentri Roofing