Stream Energy And Its Various Philanthropic Activities In Texas

Hurricane Harvey caused major damage in 2017, being the first major hurricane to cause landfall in the U.S. since 2005’s Wilma. The Hurricane ended up inflicting $125 billion in damage mainly due to catastrophic flooding in Southeast Texas and the Huston Metropolitan area, forcing 30,000 to be displaced. Stream Energy, a Dallas-based company, decided to stand up and use the money earned from its energy sales business in order to fund the recovery and also ease the financial burden of its own customers.

Corporate philanthropy has always been a part of Stream Energy. The company established its own charity foundation entitled “Stream Cares”, in order to formalize their philanthropic activities through Texas and throughout the United States. Stream Energy has a long standing relationship with Habitat for Humanity as well as the Red Cross, relationships which allows the company to further its mission to give back to the community. In the past, Stream also had a rapid response in the case of the 2016 tornadoes that hit North Texas after Christmas. The Dallas-based company worked with Salvation Army and alongside its associates they managed to raise thousands of dollars for the residents that lost their homes as well as their businesses. Stream Energy matched the funds raised, doubling the donations that were brought forth by its associates.

One particular cause that Stream associates are heavily involved in is homelessness in North Texas. The company partnered with Hope Supply Co. in order to organize the annual Splash for Hope event. As a result of the partnership, Stream and its associates are covering the entrance as well as meal costs for more than 1,000 homeless children in North Texas and bring them to a local water park in order to deliver money, supplies, as well as an experience of a lifetime. Hope Supply Co. is an organization that provides diapers, school supplies, and clothing to homeless children. Stream Energy has been working with the charity for more than 4 years. Kimberly Girard, the company’s senior event manager, notes that Stream is an organization that plans to consistently identify new ways to give back to the community.

Sanjay Shah Is Putting A Face to Autism

When it comes to autism, there is a great deal of misunderstanding and confusion with it to outsiders. However, for those that have a child with autism, they understand it very well and they have to live it. It is part of their daily routine. Everything in their life is about autism and how to arrange a schedule and get everything in order for their child to function as best as they can. It is very costly with schools, tutors, and other various methods that go into it. However, it is worth it if it can help the child out in any possible way.

There is a person out there right now that is putting a face to autism and that person is Sanjay Shah Denmark, the CEO and founder of Solo Capital. He wants as many people as possible to know about autism, understand it, and do their part to help in the cause. That is why he has gone out of his way with his wife Usha to put together Autism Rocks, as he knows this is an event that is really making a difference in letting people know what autism is and what to expect from it. If anyone knows, it is his family, as they have a child with autism, a son.

They would do anything to help him out. That was the genesis for this event, which has attracted big names in the past such as Prince, Lenny Kravitz, Michael Bublè and Drake in London and Dubai. That shows the kind of power that Sanjay Shah has and the kind of pull he has. When celebrities get involved in these types of events, they can talk about it on their many social media stations and let others know. This is an important cause and it needs to start getting the attention it deserves in the mainstream media.

It is always important to get a dialogue going and to speak with people about autism. The more people are talking about it, the more solutions that can be found and the more answers people can have for themselves.