Community Commitment

Roebbelen Contracting, Inc. recognizes social responsibility and community support as an integral part of doing business.

Each Roebbelen employee is empowered to make a real difference in the lives of others, where they work, where they play and where they pray. It is our hope that other organizations in our region follow our lead, take action and promote giving back, making our community the best it can be.

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“What I love about Roebbelen is that they take the concept of construction beyond building structures. They believe in constructing communities that will thrive. Builders Fore Kids is an event that demonstrates their commitment to a world where children can read, live healthy lives and grow up to be successful adults.”

Rachel Minnick, Executive Director, Reading Partners Sacramento

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Below are some of the charitable organizations we are proud to have assisted:


AlzheimerAmerican HeartArthritisBoy ScoutsBoys and GirldB4KRotary Club of Cameron ParkCASACMAAContractors Caring for KidsCristo Rey
EDH RotaryEskatonFCUSD FoundationFolsom Soccer ClubGrace FoundationHope ProductionsDeputy Jeff Mitchell Memorial FieldJesuit HSKeaton RaphaelLa ClinicaLittle LeagueRotary Club of MarysvilleMasters of GivingMercy FoundationMuscular DystrophyNational PTANextEdPediatric Brain Tumor FoundationReading PartnersRiver OaksRonald McDonaldRoseville City School District FoundationRotary Club of RosevilleRotary Club of SacramentoRun to Feed the HungrySacramento Childrens HomeSacramento Childrens MuseumSacramento Crisis NurseriesSacramento Receiving HomeSacramento SPCASacred Heart Parish SchoolSalvation ArmySan Juan HS AthleticsScramble for ScholarsSierra College FoundationSierra Forever FamiliesSoroptimistSt. BaldricksSt. FrancisTour de RocklinTri 4 SchoolsUC Davis Childrens HospitalUC Davis GivingunicefWalk N RockWeaveWill C Wood AthleticsYMCAYoung Life