Stream Energy Provides Care to Citizens in Dallas and Texas after Disaster Strikes

Stream Energy is a company with a goal of changing the lives of the American citizen. The successful launch of the company’s foundation called Stream Cares has proved useful, and it is an example from corporate America, where a company leverages philanthropy as part of its brand.

One of Stream Energy senior event manager, Kimberly Girad is part of a company culture that enjoys influencing the lives of many people positively. Stream Energy is lauded to be a company that cares, and at the core of its DNA, it plans to continuously give back to the community in strategic and new ways.

Texas is an area that needs Stream Cares because Texas is known to be among the least generous states in the US, as stated by the website WalletHub. States like Minnesota, Virginia, and Utah are giving and volunteering more. Stream Energy is trying to change this narrative by lifting Texas and Dallas from the trenches using a strategy that combines passion, devotion, and corporate generosity to help the needy.

Stream Energy has one of its passion in the Hope Supply Co that is based in Dallas. When Stream Energy partnered with Hope Supply Co, it covered costs related to meals and entrance for more than 1,000 homeless children from North Texas at the Hope annual Splash.

The Splash event brings together homeless children to a local water park. At this venue, employees from Stream deliver an exceptional experience, as well as supplies and money. Hope Supply Co., also provides clothing, diapers, and school supplies and many other items to these children. Stream has successfully worked with Hope Supply for more than five years.

Stream has also worked to respond to tornado victims in Texas. In 2016, when several tornadoes hit North Texas after Christmas, employees of Stream worked together with the Salvation Army. Stream raised thousands of dollars for the families that lost their businesses and homes. Stream also matched the funds to double the donations that were brought in by the associates, thanks to its profitable energy sales business that has kept the company profitable for many years.

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Shervin Pishevar Knows His Stuff

Shervin Pishevar is an Iranian immigrant who came to the United States some 30 years ago. After the country’s former president Ayatollah Khomeini placed a warrant out for the arrest of Pishevar for providing Iranian residents without formal citizenship status instructions for leaving the war-torn dictatorship. Shervin Pishevar knew he had to flee his homeland of Iran – he was born in the Middle-Eastern country and spent the entirety of his childhood there, but he knew he couldn’t risk being executed by the former dictator of Iran because he wouldn’t face punishment for doing something positive for society – which he went through with in the early 1990s.

After Shervin Pishevar safely landed in the United States – the land of opportunity people recognized as such regardless of their nationality – he found a job as a cab driver. His family safely traveled to the land of opportunity to shortly thereafter see Shervin enroll in one of the nation’s – not just the nation’s, but the entire world’s – finest four-year colleges’ molecular biology programs.

That school was none other than the University of California, Berkeley. Although he originally wanted to become a physician, Shervin Pishevar quickly changed his mindset and founded WebOS, a tech company, in 1997. Since then, Pishevar – once named “Bill Gates’ worst nightmare” – has founded a handful of companies on his own, co-founded a couple of other businesses, served on the board of directors at several civic-minded organizations found across the globe, and even reeled in two prestigious awards recognized around planet Earth – the Outstanding American by Choice award in 2012 to which he was elected to receive by the United States federal government, as well as 2016’s Ellis Island Medal of Honor.

Shervin Pishevar said Bitcoin would drop in price just to rebound – it happened. He also claimed that the NYSE would drop in value by thousands of points, which – again – did happen.

In the February tweet storm where he made the aforementioned guesses, he also included that the bond market would soon collapse, which started to happen just a few months ago.

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