Following the Hurricane Harvey that caused loss of lives, pets, and destruction of properties in Houston neighborhoods, a Dallas-based company called Stream Energy moved with speed to finance the recovery process and help minimize the financial burden of its clients. The reputable direct-selling energy firm unveiled its philanthropic organization, Stream Cares, to reinforce its ongoing philanthropic activities across Texas and the nation at large.
Stream Energy has been active in philanthropy since its establishment. However, its recent charitable activities during Hurricane Harvey demonstrated why philanthropy is a critical part of the energy company’s DNA. Starting an independent philanthropy arm is a new phenomenon in the corporate world. This move has dual benefits. The company supports various causes in the community while concurrently gaining the trust and loyalty of prospective customers and the general public.
One special cause that Stream has invested deeply in is getting rid of homelessness in Dallas. Both the company and its staffs regularly track the number of homeless people in Dallas. In a bid to tackle the devastating homelessness problem in Dallas, Stream Energy has teamed up with Hope Supply Co. Through this collaboration, the two companies host an annual event called Splash for Hope whereby more than 1,000 homeless children from North Texas enjoy different meals and participate in fun-filled activities. Home Supply Co. regularly supplies clothes, diapers, and essential school supplies to homeless children. Stream has been directly involved in activities of this charity for over four years.
Stream Energy has also been offering humanitarian assistance during disasters. For instance, it responded quickly to help victims of Texas Tornado in 2016. It partnered with the Salvation Army in raising funds to support residents of North Texas who suffered massive losses. It doubled the funds donated by its associates.
Stream Energy in Brief
Stream is a well-respected and top direct selling company that provides energy, home, protective, and wireless services to its client. Stream is an authority in the energy space, generating more than $8 billion in proceeds since its establishment in 2005. The Dallas-based company offers its services in New Jersey, Washington D.C., Ohio, New York, Texas, and Georgia.