Aloha Construction donates new truck to Chicago area Red Cross

When disaster strikes, the Red Cross provides itself on being there. The organization was founded by a nurse as part of a new humanitarian movement that started in the 1900s. Lake Zurich, Illinois Aloha Construction wants to make sure that it is there to help these organizations. It recently donated a new truck to the Northern Chicagoland chapter of the American Red Cross.

 

Aloha Construction is a family owned and operated, general contracting business in Lake Zurich. They provide services of all kinds dedicating to helping people find the best solutions for their renovation and remodeling needs. They can provide kitchen and home remodeling, window replacement, mold recovery, roofing and masonry services, and many more!

 

Everyone knows that the Red Cross responds to earthquakes, hurricane, tornadoes and other disasters, but its everyday activities often go unnoticed. Minor disasters can strike at any time. They include sinkholes, fires, and other things that can make an area unsafe or a home unlivable. When any of these things happens, the Red Cross provides lodging, shelter, food, and clean up supplies. The latter are most welcome in cases of floods.

 

Aloha Construction proudly donated its new truck and hopes that its example of giving back to others will help other demonstrate what they call the Aloha spirit. It means welcoming, but the people at Aloha Construction extend it to treating the communities they live in and work incorrectly right.

 

The greater Illinois area can be a tough, fun and interesting place to live. It can often be these things all at the same time. When a fire or some other family strikes an individual family, Aloha Constructions wants organizations like the Red Cross to continue its mission of providing humanitarian relief. They also would like to remind people to donate blood today, provided there is no medical barrier preventing them from doing so.

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