Aloha Construction ’s community contributions recognized by The Better Business Bureau with the Torch Award

While many companies engage in charity and benevolent activities only to comply with the CSR policies, Aloha Construction gives from the heart. This is apparent in the way the construction company donates and the courses that Aloha is dedicated to. David Farbaky who is the founder and CEO of Aloha Construction Company is the primary architect behind these charitable activities. Being a big-hearted man in person, David inspires the same altruism to his peers and employees at the company. Through the David Farbaky Foundation and Building Better Communities Campaign, Aloha has supported and donated more than $2,000 to a charity called Camp One that takes care of kids living with cancer. Additionally, the company has sponsored athletes in Illinois Flying Aces Hockey team, Lake Zurich High School football team, and The Kane County Cougars Baseball team.
For residents of the Lake Zurich community, Aloha is more than a construction company. To them, Aloha is a partner and a friend whom they can count on when things get tough. For a company to inspire such feelings and attitude in the local community where its operations are based, it takes exemplary commitment and a genuine passion for giving. These are the qualities that the Better Business Bureau Awards scout for when looking for a company to bestow its illustrious Torch Award. For the year 2017, Aloha construction was the recipient for the 2017 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics. An independent board of judges settled on Aloha because of the company’s consistent contribution to the Zurich community.
The Torch Award was established in 1996, by The Better Business Bureau (BBB) with the sole purpose of rewarding companies that displayed high standards of leadership and professional practices, and also take their social responsibilities with profound gravity. Since its inception, only a handful of companies have had the privilege of receiving the award. This is because the Torch Award, reserves it’s acclamation for only the top companies that have met and satisfied their massively specific qualifications that include ethics, social responsibility, leadership, and management.
More about Aloha
The company has its headquarters in  Illinois. The company has provided roofing, siding replacement, interior remodeling and restoration, gutters and other general construction services to the people of Southern Wisconsin and Illinois since it was established in 2008 by David Farbaky. Aloha has completed more than 18, 000 projects in Lake Zurich and Bloomington