Founder Kevin Kokal, commented, "This anniversary belongs to the employees that have fueled the growth of our company. We couldn't think of a better way to show our appreciation then by giving back to the communities they call home." Kokal credits Alliance employees' strong community connections and spirit of charity for giving rise to the firm's generosity. "We are reflecting the character of our people through these projects and we are saying thank you."
It's the kids that won the attention of the Alliance Newport News office and who were the recipients of their act of social kindness. Alliance employees selected the Boys & Girls Club of the Virginia Peninsula as its partner for this year's inaugural social responsibility project. On
Kokal reflects, "Social responsibility is nothing new but it's needed more than ever today. At Alliance Engineering, we have a lot to be thankful for - talented employees, a growing business, and strong relationships in three communities. This is our way of showing our gratitude for 20 successful years." Plans are already in the works for next year's community giving projects. "It's a part of who we are," says Kokal.
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