Siemens Energy Donates $250k Through Positive Energy Campaign

  • Siemens Energy employees nominated local charitable organizations to have the opportunity to receive donations of up to $10k each
  • 122 organizations across 20 states were selected to receive a donation

ORLANDO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#cyberdefense–On the occasion of the Martin Luther King holiday, the only federal holiday designated as a day of service, Siemens Energy is pleased to announce the winning charitable organizations of the company’s recently launched Positive Energy campaign. “On this national day of service, it’s important to recognize the value of serving in the places where we live and work,” said Steve Conner, president of Siemens Energy, Inc. “These organizations demonstrate service to their respective communities today and every day.”

Siemens Energy celebrated its recent spinoff from Siemens AG with a campaign to spread positive energy in the U.S. through donations to its employees’ favorite charities totaling $250,000 across 20 states. The nominated charities each created a one-minute video explaining their organization’s mission and how they would use a donation of up to $10,000 to continue serving their respective community. Each video was uploaded to a gallery, where members of the public could vote for their favorites by “liking” the videos.

A total of 122 charities were ultimately selected to receive donations ranging from $500 to $10,000 based on a combination of public “likes” and scores earned from a panel of judges. The complete list of winners can be found in the attached document.

Evelyn Sabina, program coordinator for $10,000 winner Dream It Do It Western New York (WNY) said “We can’t thank Siemens Energy enough for their continued support for Dream It Do It WNY. Through student mentoring, classroom visits, school tours, internships, teacher workshops and more, Siemens continues to be a driving force behind our mission: To encourage our talented youth to pursue STEM related careers in Advanced Manufacturing.”

Michael Richter, executive director for the Construction and Maintenance Education Foundation (CMEF) in La Porte, TX, another $10,000 winner, said “CMEF truly appreciates this generous donation from Siemens Energy. This donation will help us to continue to promote our effective and passionately supported Community Based Workforce Development, Outreach, and Craft Training programs.”

Apoorva Savanur, a member of the $10,000-winning Robbinsville FIRST Robotics Team 2590, based in New Jersey, said “Being selected as a grand prize winner for the Siemens Positive Energy Campaign means we are able to continue our STEM outreach both in our immediate community and beyond. The funds will enable us to create engineering kits to engage local children in STEM challenges during the Covid-19 pandemic. We will also be able to continue our global outreach initiative for children in Nairobi, Kenya.”

As a newly independent company, Siemens Energy’s mission is to support its customers in transitioning to a more sustainable energy system based on the company’s innovative technologies and ability to turn ideas into reality. In support of this mission, the Positive Energy Campaign was aimed at providing donations to local charities that make a clear impact on their respective communities, especially in a year when the COVID-19 pandemic has created an increase in basic human needs across society.

“We know that many of the organizations our employees support are struggling due to the pandemic, and we are excited to be able to help all the charities that participated in our program,” said Conner. “Siemens Energy’s purpose is to energize society, and this campaign focused on helping difference makers throughout the U.S. turn their ideas into reality to build stronger, more sustainable neighborhoods and communities.”

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Siemens Energy is one of the world’s leading energy technology companies. The company works with its customers and partners on energy systems for the future, thus supporting the transition to a more sustainable world. With its portfolio of products, solutions and services, Siemens Energy covers almost the entire energy value chain – from power generation and transmission to storage. The portfolio includes conventional and renewable energy technology, such as gas and steam turbines, hybrid power plants operated with hydrogen, and power generators and transformers. More than 50 percent of the portfolio has already been decarbonized. A majority stake in the listed company Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) makes Siemens Energy a global market leader for renewable energies. An estimated one-sixth of the electricity generated worldwide is based on technologies from Siemens Energy. Siemens Energy employs more than 90,000 people worldwide in more than 90 countries and generated revenue of around €27.5 billion in fiscal year 2020. www.siemens-energy.com.

List of donation recipients for Positive Energy Campaign

$10,000 Donation

  • Construction & Maintenance Education Foundation, La Porte, Texas
  • Dream It Do It Western New York Inc, Olean, New York
  • Robbinsville FIRST Robotics Team 2590, Robbinsville, New Jersey

$7,500 Donation

  • Challenger Learning Center of the Twin Tier Region, Allegany, New York
  • Least of These Carolinas, Gastonia, North Carolina
  • Limbitless Solutions, Orlando, Florida
  • Olean Food Pantry, Olean, New York
  • Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
  • Simply Amazing, Winter Springs, Florida
  • The Foundation for Seminole County Public Schools, Sanford, Florida

$5,000 Donation

  • AdventHealth Foundation of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida
  • Comfort House of Allegany County, Wellsville, New York
  • Corning Meals on Wheels, Inc., Corning, New York
  • Family Promise of Greater Orlando, Winter Park, Florida
  • Hire Heroes USA, Alpharetta, Georgia
  • ICNA Relief USA Programs, Orlando, Florida
  • Reagan’s Journey, Ford City, Pennsylvania
  • Sheep Inc Health Care Center, Penn Hills, Pennsylvania
  • The Emerge Foundation, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • United Way of Marathon County, Wausau, Wisconsin

$2,500 Donation

  • Allegheny Highlands Council, Boy Scouts of America, Falconer, New York
  • Cancer Services, Inc., Winton-Salem, North Carolina
  • Creative Enterprises, Cumming, Georgia
  • Down Syndrome Association of Central Florida, Winter Park, Florida
  • Family Promise of Northern New Castle County, Wilmington, Delaware
  • Florida Trail Association, Gainesville, Florida
  • Girl Scouts of Citrus Council, Orlando, Florida
  • Holy Ground Shelter for Homeless Inc, Riviera Beach, Florida
  • Horton’s Kids, Washington, D.C.
  • Hummingbird Pantry INC, Titusville, Florida
  • iPrevail International Foundation, Oviedo, Florida
  • Orlando After-School All-Stars, Orlando, Florida
  • Reach Unlimited Inc, Cypress, Texas
  • RideAbility Therapeutic Riding Center, Inc., Clover, South Carolina
  • Riley Children’s Foundation, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Serenity’s Grace Inc, Orlando, Florida
  • Single Moms Rising, Spring, Texas
  • Southeastern Guide Dogs, Inc., Palmetto, Florida
  • The Down Syndrome Association of Houston, Houston, Texas
  • The Greater Mount Airy Ministry of Hospitality, Mount Airy, North Carolina
  • The Guidehouse Foundation Inc., Denver, Colorado
  • The Teen Warehouse, Wilmington, Delaware
  • TRS Health Inc, Stafford, Texas
  • United Women For Change, Waxhaw, North Carolina
  • Veteran Companion Animal Services, Delaware, Ohio

$1,000 Donation

  • 1 Body Outreach, Inc., Oviedo, Florida
  • Alpha Center, Fort Collins, Colorado
  • Epitome of Soul, Ridgewood, New Jersey
  • FamilyPoint Resources, Houston, Texas
  • Florida Symphony Youth Orchestras, Winter Park, Florida
  • Gem Dance and Company, Houston, Texas
  • Longs Peak Council, Boy Scouts of America, Greeley, Colorado
  • Pet Rescue By Judy, Sanford, Florida
  • Pfeiffer Nature Center & Foundation, Portville, New York
  • Phenomenal Pearls Foundation, Houston, Texas
  • Richburg Colonial Library, Richburg, New York
  • Sorba Orlando, Maitland, Florida
  • Spay N Save Animal Clinic, Longwood, Florida
  • SPCA in Cattaraugus County, Olean, New York

$650 Donation

  • ALS Association, Texas Chapter, Houston, Texas
  • American Cancer Society, Tampa, Florida
  • Annabel’s Closet, Oviedo, Florida
  • Barnabas Aid, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
  • Boys & Girls Club of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida
  • Bridges of Light Foundation, Orlando, Florida
  • Carolina Thread Trail, Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Central Florida Community Arts, Orlando, Florida
  • Central Florida Society of Women Engineers, Maitland, Florida
  • Child Care Council of Greater Houston, Inc., Houston, Texas
  • Children’s Resource Foundation, Spring, Texas
  • Community Hope Center, Kissimmee, Florida
  • Compassion United, Inc., Conroe, Texas
  • Concord Neighborhood Center, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Cristo Rey Jesuit College Preparatory School, Houston, Texas
  • Diaz Music Institute, Kingwood, Texas
  • Dress for Success Houston, Houston, Texas
  • EcoAction Arlington Energy Masters, Arlington, Virginia
  • Elite Boxing Youth Champs INC, Oviedo, Florida
  • Encourager Church, Houston, Texas
  • Epilepsy Association, Orlando, Florida
  • Experiment in Self-Reliance (ESR), Winston-Salem, North Carolina
  • Food Bank for Larimer County, Loveland, Colorado
  • Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina, Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Fuquay Varina Junior Women’s Club, Fuquay Varina, North Carolina
  • Grune Heidi Farm Rescue, Lakeland, Florida
  • Heart of New England Council Boy Scouts of America, Lancaster, Massachusetts
  • Houston PetSet, Houston, Texas
  • Infinite Hands Initiative, Friendswood, Texas
  • International Fringe Festival of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida
  • IRONBULL, Inc, Wausau, Wisconsin
  • JDRF Northern Florida Chapter, Winter Park, Florida
  • Keeping Families Connected, Inc, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Kick Off For Kids, Orlando, Florida
  • Knox Community Hospital | Koko’s Kid’s Club, Mount Vernon, Ohio
  • Lakeshore Elementary PTO, Houston, Texas
  • Latisha’s House Foundation, Inc., Orlando, Florida
  • Leaders in Energy, Arlington, Virginia
  • Life Support Cares, Hattiesburg, Mississippi
  • Lupus Foundation of America, Florida Chapter, Boynton Beach, Florida
  • Lutheran Counseling Services, Winter Park, Florida
  • Nona Soccer CARES Foundation, Inc, Orlando, Florida
  • One Heart for Women and Children, Orlando, Florida
  • Orlando City Youth Soccer, Sanford, Florida
  • Orlando Science Center, Orlando, Florida
  • Poinciana Cricket Club, Kissimmee, Florida
  • Restoration Destination, Pahokee, Florida
  • Shower Power Inc, Flowood, Mississippi
  • Society of Petroleum Engineers – Gulf Coast, Houston, Texas
  • Summer Adventure in Learning (SAIL), Jefferson, Texas
  • Texas 4000 for Cancer, Austin, Texas
  • Theatre Under The Stars, Houston, Texas
  • The Chill Foundation, Burlington, Vermont
  • The Houston Cecilia Chamber Choir, Houston, Texas
  • The Keri Anne DeMott Foundation, Orlando, Florida
  • The Montrose Center, Houston, Texas
  • The Mothers Group Inc., Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • The Scott Coopersmith Stroke Awareness Foundation, Oviedo, Florida
  • UCP of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida
  • Womens Energy Network Boston Inc, Boston, Massachusetts
  • YMCA of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida
  • Yog Sadhan Ashram of Chicago, West Chicago, Illinois
  • Zebra Coalition, Orlando, Florida

 

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