Winter Springs Community Involvement

Bill and Tammy Sumner and their family owned business, Winter Springs Roofing and Repair have been involved in the community and area that they have lived in for over forty years. Bill and Tammy have raised two children in the same area and continue to support worthwhile charities and events whenever possible. Some of the more prominent organizations are listed below.

So many women live in poverty, not because they lack abilities, but because they lack opportunity. Trades of Hope was started to give women an opportunity for a better life! We partner with artisans and organizations helping women in difficult circumstances all over the world. We help by marketing their products so they can afford to eat, put a roof over their heads, have medical care and give an education to their children. These women have never had the chances we’ve had, yet they are just like us in so many ways.

Trades of Hope

Tammy Sumner attending the annual convention for the Trades of Hope. The Trades of Hope aims to help women in third world countries get out of poverty through positivity and empowerment. The organization’s goal is to also combat illegal trafficking of women through outreach support and awareness.

Cops ‘n Cars for Kids

Come see us at the 12th annual Cops ‘n Cars for Kids, January 21st, 2017. Learn more about Cops ‘n Cars for Kids!

Beeb’s Mobile Pantry, Inc.

Founded February 2009 · Non-Profit Organization · Longwood, Florida Beeb’s Mobile Pantry is a local non-profit ministry that has been providing services to Seminole County’s homeless and low-income members for over 7 years. Learn more about Beeb’s upcoming events!


Beebs Mobile Pantry was Channel 13’s “Everyday Hero of the Month” in December 2015.

Beebs Mobile Pantry is a featured article in Lake Mary Life and Altamonte Wekiva Springs Life magazine in their March/April 2016 issue.