Lake Zurich’s children have reason to be happy. Learning Express Toys in Lake Zurich, headed by Rick Derr, has teamed up with Dave Farbaky of Aloha Construction and the Dave Farbaky Foundation. They started a campaign that would provide children who came from poor families with various toys that they would otherwise never be able to afford and enjoy.
Dave Farbaky loves giving back to his community. In fact, the whole purpose of the Dave Farbaky Foundation, which he founded, was to help out local children. They created the shopping spree for that purpose as well. They wanted some poor children in their neighborhood to be able to have a happier life. During the shopping spree, the kids were able to pick out the toys that they wanted, all sponsored by Dave Farbaky and the Dave Farbaky Foundation.
Dave Farbaky, the CEO of Aloha Construction, said that it may seem like not such a big deal to adults. However, to those children who were fortunate to be able to pick out toys at the expense of the company, this meant a lot to them. A kid who always wanted toys but knew that he or she would never be able to get them will be extremely overjoyed when they are finally able to get things that they have been dreaming of.
Learning Express Toys also decided to contribute something, so they offered the toys at a forty percent discount. Aloha Construction picked up the rest of the cost. Communities That Care, another organization, also helped out by connecting the Dave Farbaky foundation and Learning Express Toys with needy children who could benefit from such a thing.
Dave Farbaky, CEO of Aloha Construction, was there to greet the kids that were picked by Communities That Care and Omni Youth Services. He was overjoyed to see the smiles on the faces of those kids. He always wanted to give back to his community, and he felt that this was a great way to do so. This is just one of many things that he does.