Coffee culture has permeated the United States within the last couple of years, especially the North West. Walking into a coffee shop is a whole social experience, and is coined the third place. Whether you are catching up with old friends, meeting new ones, having a family reunion, or people watching, coffee shops are a more relaxing environment. This culture is completely surrounded by coffee itself and even has its own lingo.
Even though coffee culture has gotten really big in the last couple of years, it started back in the 1960’s. Although people might associate coffee culture with the North West, it originated in New York City’s Greenwich Village. It started growing in the North West twenty years later, in the 80’s. There are big well known coffee house chains and small local coffee shops. They all provide a unique and easy environment surrounding everyone’s favorite drink, coffee. If you drink your coffee at home, they have major brands that solidified the morning ritual. Along came instant coffee in the 20th century. That was a game changer.
Coffee in its most longstanding basic form has been enjoyed by people for a very long time. Drip coffee is simple, earthy, and easy to prepare. You can buy coffee beans from a variety of countries around the world too. From there, came espresso, Americano, french press, lattes, and many more. The newest kid to the block is the Frappuccino, offered in so many variety of flavors and coffee strength. A very popularized coffee shop called Starbucks created the Frappuccino bringing in a whole new crowd of coffee enthusiasts. A newer supplier of coffee products is a company called Organo Gold, and they are growing like wildfire. The special ingredient featured in their coffee and tea products is called Ganoderma Lucidum. It is a mushroom that has a plethora of health benefits. You won’t see Organo Gold’s products in coffee shops or grocery stores. All of their products are sold by independent distributors, giving people a chance to create financial freedom in their lives.
Stream Energy Patch is a Dallas based company that deals with corporate philanthropy. According to Stream Energy, charity is part and parcel of the company. This was evident when the company used its energy sales to help the affected victims of Hurricane Harvey which dropped 56 inches of rain in Houston. Stream Energy funded the victims and helped them to successfully recover from the devastating effects of the hurricane. They also gave financial support to their own customers to ease down their financial burden.
The company recently launched a charity foundation known as Stream Cares. The system is aimed at expanding philanthropy projects throughout Texas, which is something the company has served for more than 12 years. Stream Cares Foundation is looking forward to support those in need within the local communities and also to support local charitable organizations that have been established by other individuals. According to the company, the launching of a separate arm of philanthropy is a new concept for the company but it has its own advantages. The company expand its own business by creating trust, respect, and loyalty of potential customers.
Stream Energy has been known to go as far as partnering with other charitable organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, which builds new homes and repairs existing homes for families. The company has also partnered with the Red Cross, which is an organization that was founded to offer disaster relief, provide emergency assistance and education. Besides that, the company has partnered with Hope Supply Co. In order to deal with the issue of homelessness, this has been on the rise in Dallas. Hope Supply is a company based in Dallas which focuses on providing essential clothes and school supplies for homeless children.
The company held an event in North Texas where they offered support to over 1000 homeless children. Stream Energy has gone to the extent of supporting Dallas based veterans by organizing an event for them where they were provided with lunch and transportation.