Lake Zurich, IL (PRWEB) August 12, 2016
Aloha Construction, a well known construction company in Illinois is gearing up for its annual charity event; a shopping spree for local children. This event will be a launching point for the newly created “Dave Farbaky Foundation” (DFF), an extension of Aloha Construction focused on giving back to the community.
The Dave Farbaky Foundation will be teaming up with Learning Express Toys to supply four children with a sixty second shopping spree each. Dave Farbaky, founder of DFF states: "We often forget how much of a profound impact something like this can have on a child. I have worked hard to put myself in a position where I can do things like this. It's my pleasure be able to give back.”
The shopping spree will be held on August 14th at 3:00 P.M. It will last for a total of four minutes, sixty seconds for each child. Upon check-out the children will be greeted by Farbaky, who will congratulate them on a successful shopping spree.
The host of this event, Learning Express Toys has been gracious enough to supply a 40% discount on every item picked out during the shopping spree. Rick Derr, owner of Learning Express Toys, has shown great interest in the DFF cause; to teach local children how important random acts of kindness can have on others.
Learning Express Toys has not been the only aid to the DFF cause. Two local charities, Omni-Youth Center and Communities That Care have assisted DFF in its search for children in need.
Though relatively new, the DFF philantropy is growing fast. Farbaky plans on holding a DFF event once every month. Though the events promoted may change, the cause will remain the same.
What Farbaky plans for DFF, only time will tell. One thing is for sure; this weekend, Farbaky will replace one construction job for another, the construction of childhood memories for a few good kids.
The Dave Farbaky Shopping Spree will be held at:
Learning Express Toys
315 South Rand Rd
Lake Zurich, IL, 60047
Time: 3:00 PM
For more information contact Aloha Construction PR department at (630) 464-9924.