Aloha Construction was founded in 2008 in Lake Zurich, Illinois, and the company has been successfully managed by Dave Farbaky for close to ten years. The company is owned by a family that values the importance of staying connected to their roots. This reputable construction organization has completed close to 18,000 projects making them a powerful force in the community.
Aloha does home repairs for homes that have been damaged by the storm. The employees undergo appropriate training to make them efficient and professional in service delivery. The Aloha team believes that it is important for businesses to give back to the society in which they are operating. The community usually supports the company in one way or another, no matter how small the town may be. For this reason, it is essential to give back by supporting children and families that are needy.
Giving back to the society is also beneficial to the company since the donations are tax deductible and engaging in charitable activities creates good public relations and a good brand which attracts more customers and retains the existing ones. Sponsoring events is a form of a campaign which allows the business to create awareness of its products and services in the community. It is, therefore, a win-win situation. One can give back to the society by getting involved with an organization, sponsor a local event or team, or establish a charitable foundation.
This construction company gives back to the community through the event with Bloomington Boys and Girls club. Dave and his team provide the children with an opportunity to have fun. They also host the Bloomington Thunder hockey game for the disadvantaged children. Dave founded the Farbaky Foundation, which sponsors events for the children in the community. It recently sponsored a shopping spree for a family that was in need allowing four children to walk away with toys worth $7000.
Aloha also sponsors the local high school football team in the community. The funds are used to help the students to acquire equipment, sports fee, and uniforms thus allowing them to play with no worries.