Stream Energy; Transforming Society Through Philanthropy

When hurricane Harvey hit Houston neighborhoods, most corporate companies across the USA watched helplessly. However, Stream, a Dallas based company took this opportunity to give back to society. Hurricane Harvey was responsible for the destruction of property and livelihoods and many people and families were left stranded. Stream was able to help alleviate the pain by helping families to recover through the easing of their financial burdens and also through participating in recovery operations.

The main concern of Steam Energy was the homelessness that the Hurricane brought about. The company is mainly concerned with energy sales. Patch.com featured the philanthropic efforts of this company. Corporate philanthropy seems to be engraved in the DNA of Stream. Recently, it launched a charity foundation known as ‘Stream Cares’. This was one with the aim of formalizing the philanthropic efforts of Stream energy across the country. Stream E has been active in participating in philanthropic efforts for over a dozen years.

Setting up a philanthropic foundation offers dual benefits to the organization; they get the chance to give back to society while they also get to earn the loyalty and respect of the society. Its corporate partners play a major role in their grassroots and regional giving. These partners include the Habitat for Humanity and the Red Cross. Stream has a simple business model that uses direct selling to pay associates. This model is handy in ensuring that clients are served satisfactorily and that the clients remain loyal. Stream energy delivers products such as fixed rate energy plans and mobile phone rates. Stream Energy provides both corporate services and home delivery services.

One of the main concerns of Stream energy is homelessness in Dallas. The employees at this company perform a routine tracking of the number of homeless people in Dallas. They are able to tackle the issue of homelessness through the Hope Foundation. The partnership between Hope and Stream energy allows the employees of Stream to offer supplies and money to the homeless while they get the experience of a lifetime. The partnership between Hope and Stream energy has lasted for over four years.

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Stream Energy Gives Aid to Homeless Children

Stream Energy was founded in 2005 by Rob Snyder and Pierre Koshajki. Although many services are available all over the country, energy services are available in seven states: Texas, Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, New Jersey, Georgia, Illinois, and Washington, D.C. What is stream energy?

Stream Energy came about after the Texas deregulation that entitled customers to choose their own electric and gas power company instead of being told what their area uses. This privatized company supplies wireless, protective, and home services nationwide. It is just a matter time before all fifty states will be able to take advantage of the gas and electric services offered to only a handful of states so far.

Stream Energy believes in helping their communities through Stream Cares. The power company had given some impoverished children a chance to experience a water park for the first time in their lives. In 1989, the energy company founded Hope Supply Co. Hope Supply empowers homeless children.

Hope Supply Company was originally known as Captain Hope’s Kids. Hope Supply matches children and their families to one of dozens of homeless shelters. Hope Supply also gives out diapers and other essentials that include clothing and toys. Hope Supplies birthday celebrations, sports and athletic supplies, and takes children on trips. Stream Cares Foundation partners each year for an annual event at Hawaiian Falls Water Park. Hundreds of homeless children spend a fun-filled day. Each child is given a hat, s pair of flip-flops, and a picnic lunch.

Stream Cares Foundation began in 2005. Every month, each existing customer enrolls someone, Stream Energy donates $1. So far the donation to Stream Cares comes to around $200,000. Army and navy veterans make up only 8 percent of the homeless population. In addition to Hope Cares, the power company worked with the Red Cross, Habitat for Humanities, and Operation Once in a Lifetime. Dallas had a 24 percent homeless increase in two years. As of 2017, 560,000 people were counted as homeless in the United States. In 2018, Dallas has seen a 9 percent homeless increase. One day they’ll win the homelessness fight.

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Shervin Pishevar, What Are You Thinking?

What on earth is going on with Shervin Pishevar?

If the man didn’t have attention on him before, he surely does now.

The entire world didn’t know Shervin Pishevar’s name when he was simply the founder of Sherpa Capital.

We didn’t even know his name when sexual assault charges started to be brought against him,

but we surely know his name now. Why?

Because the man has brought attention on himself by going on a rant, and not just any rant:

this rant lasted 21 hours.

How’s that for the Guinness Book of World Records?

Shervin Pishevar probably isn’t trying to gain a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records, but one thing’s for certain: he is trying to achieve a goal.

What may that goal be?

Well, to determine that, we’d have to examine his rants.

Let’s talk about some of the topics he ranted about: bitcoin, big business, Silicon Valley, and the stock market.

These are things that are kind of related, but one still has to wonder why Pishevar, all of a sudden, felt that it would be a good idea to post his views on these topics for 21 hours straight.

Could he be trying to divert attention from all of the sexual assault cases against him, which even include rape?

Could there be something even bigger that he is trying to hide so he is trying to aim the spotlight on other companies so that his name is no longer in the media?

It may be safe to assume that Shervin Pishevar does have a good reason for ranting for 21 hours in what the media has dubbed “a financial storm.”

He has touched on quite a few topics.

Some of these topics garner worldwide interest; other topics people couldn’t care less about.

Nevertheless, the topics that piqued the interest of few people are now being researched by more and more individuals.

Could this be bad for business for companies like Microsoft?

Are people going to stop giving these companies their business and instead give their business to smaller companies?

We shall know the answer to this in the days to come.

https://news.vice.com/en_us/article/qvzgj3/shervin-pishevar-hyperloop-one

Stream Energy: giving back to the company

Stream Energy: giving back to the company

Stream Energy which is headquartered in Dallas, Texas recently started its foundation called Stream Cares Foundation. The purpose of the foundation was to help out and assist the survivors of Hurricane Harvey as well as ease the issue of homelessness. This initiative was done in partnership with another company called Hope Supply Company. Hurricane Harvey had caused a lot of Americans their homes as well as lives.

Stream Energy used its own money achieved by its high sales of energy to fund the initiative. Philanthropy and other services are part and parcel of the company’s portfolio. The generosity is catered for in the state of Texas as well as the whole of America. The company has been doing these deeds for more than ten years and is continuing at the same pace.

Stream Energy created and launched an own philanthropy side to cater for the Hurricane Harvey devastation. The company was the first corporation ever to start this ideology and strategy. This also brought loyalty and trust from its clients and customers.

Stream Energy’s partnership through its foundation partnered with Hope Supply Company proved fruitful for the cause. The duo paid for all costs entailing meals as well as entrance fees at a yearly event called Splash for Hope. The initiative fed more than a thousand homeless children from the northern area of the state of Texas. The game brings numerous homeless underlings to have fun and enjoy the amenities provided as well as play in the local water park. All these services are performed by the operating personnel as well as the leadership team of Stream. The supplies provided include school necessities as well as diapers and clothes.

Stream Energy through its foundation also aided the victims of a tornado that occurred two years ago during Christmas. The organization worked for hand in hand with the Salvation Army to help the victims who lost their houses and properties in Texas. Another instance was Stream’s help in both moral as well as the financial aid of Veterans based in Dallas, Texas. They provided all the families with a day of lunch and played at a restaurant. All these attributes show the care the company has to its community and residents.

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