Aloha Aire announces community outreach program


Aloha Aire Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing announced today a new community outreach program which will benefit community members across the ArkLaTex. The program includes a $1,000 scholarship program that is open to high school seniors in the area.

A percentage of all sales and service fees will benefit the community outreach program. Each service van will be labeled allowing customers to know which area of the community will benefit from that particular purchase or service fee.

Other areas of outreach include working with the Animal Care and Adoption Center and local rescues, community service projects, and energy and natural resources conservation.

“We are very excited about this opportunity to give back to our community. The ArkLaTex has supported our company for 21 years, and this is a way we can say thank you,” owner John Price stated. The scholarship is the first of several programs the company will roll out over the next few months. “We believe education is very important – whether going to a university, community college, or entering into a vocational program – it is important for our young people to continue on in their studies.”

The Aloha Aire WeCARE! community outreach program covers a wide range of areas important to the ArkLaTex community.

“As a whole, the WeCARE! program is exciting. As someone who works closely with our customers I know how important it is to give back,” Jason Harris, service manager said. “This is my home – where I grew up and am now raising my own family. I know how important it is to provide service to our community members and organizations, and as a current dog foster, it is important for us to help our four-legged friends as well. This program allows us to support many different causes and organizations that are right here at home.”

School administrators and students who have questions regarding the scholarship should contact Ashley Harris at The deadline to submit applications is April 22, 2016.

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