Since 2009, we have made it our mission to inspire and empower people to change their world, with an eternal perspective.

We believe anyone or any group, no matter how small their resources, has the ability to do something significant to positively help others and impact society.

We carry out our vision through 5 Key Focuses:  Advocacy, Partnerships, Corporate Social Responsibility, Simply Do Good and Coaching.  These five areas allow us to walk alongside those we work with and help them discover how they can best use how they are built and their resources to have positive impact in areas of need in their community and world. We believe anyone or any group, no matter how great or small their resources, has the ability to do something significant to positively help others and impact society.   We create opportunities and platforms to inspire and empower these actions.

 

OUR BACKGROUND

In 2009 Tin Roof Society was born to inspire and empower people to change their world with a Christian worldview and values.   Since our inception Tin Roof Society has had the privilege to work with projects in the United States, Haiti, Guatemala, N. Ireland, Netherlands, Mexico, China, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Uganda and Kenya, covering a variety of social needs from hunger, education, at-risk youth, childhood cancer, famine, water shortage, orphans,  and more.  We continue to build partnerships and opportunities for impact throughout the world, but since 2014 we have focused our efforts in East Africa, to assist in providing sustainable, locally sourced solutions for common societal problems.

 

Our Name

If you travel to a developing world nation, you will find tin roofs everywhere. Whether they are dotting the hillsides, or jammed together in a slum fashion, they will be there.

Tin roofs don't just symbolize poverty. Moving from a thatched roof to a tin roof often shows permanence and progress. Through our travels, we've gotten to know the people who live beneath those roofs. They are gifted, valuable, and God has a purpose and plan for their lives. They each have a soul that He desperately cares about. We never want to forget about our friends under those tin roofs.

The word "society" implies that it takes more than one person to make a difference. This is why we are building a worldwide network of individuals, organizations, churches, and businesses to work together for sustainable, long-term impact.