Energy Ogre has partnered with many community organizations, raising money and awareness for deserving groups. For example, some of these groups include the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Folds of Honor, and Kidz1stFund. 

As Ghandi once said, “Be the change you want to see in the world.” Likewise, we are passionate about raising money and helping our community because we are proud to help those who need support. 

EO Executive Enjoys Helping Those in Need

Mike England, VP of Business Development, Energy Ogre, carefully selects each organization we partner with. Therefore, he ensures our partnerships closely align with our mission, which is to help Texans in a variety of ways.

Even in his personal life, Mike continues to help those in need. For instance, Mike and his family spent Thanksgiving this year handing out cooked turkeys to indigent families. 

“Energy Ogre is focused on providing value and savings to our members,” Mike says. “We take pride in creating community partnerships that help those in need within Texas and beyond. Ultimately, it’s important for the business community to do what they can to make the world a better place.”

As a result, we raised more than $18,000 for our community partners in 2019.

Community Partners

Kidz1stFund: Jimbo and Candi Fisher’s organization works to raise awareness and funds toward Fanconi anemia research. FA is a rare disease that inhibits bone marrow production. The organization also encourages people to join the National Bone Marrow Registry. 

Folds of Honor: Since 2007, Folds of Honor has carried forth a singular, noble mission. They are committed to providing educational scholarships to spouses and children of America’s fallen and disabled service-members. Their motto says it best, “Honor Their Sacrifice. Educate Their Legacy.”

Make-A-Wish Foundation North Texas Chapter: Make-A-Wish® has been creating life-changing wish experiences for children with critical illnesses around the world since 1980. Wishes have proven physical and emotional benefits that can give children with critical illnesses a higher chance of survival.

Clear Creek Education Foundation: This foundation inspires educational excellence through innovation across the Clear Creek Independent School District. Through their efforts, they secure a wide range of resources through community wide partnerships.

University of Houston Alumni Association: The University of Houston Alumni Association serves and supports the University of Houston, its over 297,979 alumni, its friends, and the community it calls home. They do this through student scholarships, legislative advocacy, alumni networks and ongoing communications. UHAA is working to enhance the value of your degree and your alumni experience.

Fort Bend Education Foundation: The foundation provide opportunities to enrich and enhance the education of all students through grant programs.

Starport: NASA Exchange: Starport is a branch of NASA focused on providing the Johnson Space Center community with resources for overall wellness and health. 

St. Thomas High School: The St. Thomas Booster Club preserve the traditions, foster the ideals, and provides financial stability and flexibility for Eagle Athletics. 

 

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