Charity and Maintenance: How Aloha Construction Raised Money to Camp One Step

Philanthropic actions are always something that enriches the presence of a company in a community and allows them to connect with non-profit causes that bring meaning and resources to many lives.

 

 

Aloha Construction, a group that is specialized in roofing, siding, and general repairs, embraced philanthropy once again and donated $1965,00 to an event organized by the Children’s Oncology Services, Camp One Step with the purpose of raising donations for people living with cancer.

 

 

The Aloha Construction is family-owned but is very famous in the vicinity. Situated in Lake Zurich, Illinois, they’ve conquered loyal customers because of their cost-benefit and the professional finishes and repairs that they provide.

 

 

This charitable initiative was one of the ways that the group found to make an impact, something that they have already stated to be a business goal for them. This is especially noticeable in their program “Building Better Communities,” which has already reached many non-profit achievements with just $5,00 for every assist recorded in an ISU Men’s basketball game.

 

 

Throughout the years, Aloha Construction has been regarded as an outstanding provider of construction services and repair in the area, as they have years of experience and honest attitudes.

 

 

The group also helps with gutters and provides repairs so that the water is running as expected without leaks. As the group acknowledges, allowing for water to leak from pipes, can accumulate damage, mold and other disruptive situations that will need more costly repairs later. Additionally, damage home exteriors are also something that the group takes care of seamlessly, and it can be used to improve the appearance of your house, prevent future problems, protect the interior from bad weather, strengthen the walls of your home and, of course, increase the value of the building.

 

 

As of now, the event Camp One Step was one of the other previous philanthropical endeavors where the group participated, and they encourage anyone with the resources to help, to make a difference as well.

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