Stream Cares; Stream Energy’s New Philanthropic Foundation

One of the most powerful storms to ever hit Texas was the Hurricane Harvey. This storm affected more than 13 million people and very many homes. The effects of the storm have been overwhelming for the residents of Houston and the neighboring areas. During these times, many companies observed defenselessly as the whole area flooded. Stream energy aided fund the rescue effort and helped their clients with their fiscal burdens. In September, the company declared their intention of helping out the recovery efforts in Texas. This included a contribution of $25,000 to the American Red Cross and all bill and late disbursements of recent energy invoices were forgiven.

Stream Energy is a supplier of energy, wireless, protective and home-based services. The company provides its services to several states including New York, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Texas, Illinois, Maryland and Washington D.C.

Stream Energy has been a long time partner of Habitat for Humanity. This is a foundation that helps the victims of the storm reconstruct new homes and renovate the remaining ones. Habitat for Humanity also provides unpaid assistant and pocket-friendly loans for the affected families. The company has also built up a long-term relationship with the Red Cross. For them, philanthropy is part of their corporation’s DNA. Recently, Stream Energy launched its new philanthropy foundation, Stream Cares. They did that to honor all of its humanitarian activities in Texas and the whole country at large. This way, they are able to give back to the community while on the other hand getting a lot of admiration and dependability of prospective clients and the general public.

Stream energy has also been able to partner with Hope Supply Co. to cater for homeless children at the yearly Splash for Hope. The event brought homeless children at a local water park. The workers and the leadership from the company provided a lifetime experience, as well as money and other supplies. The company has worked openly with Hope Supply Co. with the donations for more than four years now. Hope Supply Co. regularly offers diapers, clothing, school materials and various other supplies for homeless kids.

Steam Energy has a long time pledge to empowering and changing people’s lives, utilizing a strong blend of comrade passion, company kindness, and devotion.

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GreenSky Credit Is Changing The Way People Borrow Money

GreenSky Credit is the idea of its CEO and majority owner David Zalik. He has come up with an idea that is changing how people borrow money for home improvements. The idea will carry over into other areas as Zalik moves GreenSky Credit to areas such as elective medical and dental procedures. Anywhere that people have an expense they cannot pay in full immediately but are in need or want the service. Zalik has tapped into that market with a business plan that makes it easy for the borrower, good business sense for the business supplying the product, and very profitable for Zalik and his company.

David Zalik lived in Auburn, Alabama where his father was a teacher. At the end of junior high school, Zalik scored high on a college admissions test. He then skipped high school and started taking courses at the university. This lasted until he decided to go into business for himself. The time needed for his business left no time for school so he dropped out. It turned out to be a wise decision in the long run as GreenSky Credit has made David Zalik a billionaire. He did not go straight from college to GreenSky. He has other businesses along the way that were a prelude to his current success story.

The business plan of GreenSky Credit is both simple and brilliant. Zalik enlists contractors who do home improvements. He provides them with an app that produces almost instant financing for a homeowner. The contractor presents a proposal for a home improvement to the owner who then says they do not have the cash to pay for the work. The contractor then uses the app to get approval for the loan which is provided by a financial institution. GreenSky Credit gets a fee from both the contractor and financial institution for being the middle man, but does not have to loan any of its own money.

David Zalik sees GreenSky Credit growing in the future by signing up more contractors, and expanding the company’s reach into areas like medical procedures not covered by insurance. The future is bright for anything Zalik touches.

 

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