Hurricane Harvey came with it some of the most devastating effects across the Houston neighborhoods thanks to the 56 inches of rain that hit the region. With this wanton destruction, the United States was running out of options as Americans lost their homes, animals, property and even lives. However, as luck would have it, Stream Energy; a revolutionary Dallas company came to the rescue thanks to its huge success in energy sales.
Stream Energy helped fund the road to recovery and help ease the burden for the residents who were mostly their loyal customers. Stream, as a company, has always believed in the power of philanthropy. The need to give back to society is inborn, and they feel obligated to do all they can to help the community around them. Based on this fact, the company recently came up with a charity foundation dubbed ‘Stream Cares’. This was a bold step aimed at finally formalizing their ongoing philanthropy efforts throughout Texas and the rest of the country.
In the aftermath of the Hurricane Harvey, Stream Energy took it upon themselves to become a role model to the rest on the importance of giving back to society. The company is quick to clarify that giving back to society doesn’t necessarily have to be in monetary terms. It could involve other causes like offering counseling and care for the sick and elderly.
By launching a separate wing for philanthropy, Stream Energy is becoming a pioneer in a field that has hitherto been done informally. The company notes that by doing so, they will not only be earning respect from the community but will also be attracting loyal clients from all over the world.
For Stream Energy, it has always been about the people. This has seen them build lasting relationships with the Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity. Its employees and management regularly take part in local grassroots giving through causes that help improve the lives of those involved. This is especially focused on the homeless in the area. With this, they hope to build a legacy that will be emulated by those that will come after them.