Stream Energy was featured in an article on patch for its numerous philanthropic efforts. The company has been at the forefront of any humanitarian effort to help victims of disasters such as hurricane Harvey and tornadoes. Stream was among the first companies to come forward to help people who were affected by hurricane Harvey using its hard-earned money.
Stream Energy has been featured in many other platforms for its extensive philanthropic efforts. To say the least, philanthropy is part of its DNA. It even launched Stream Cares, a philanthropy foundation that will advance the way it carries out its philanthropic activities. The foundation will change the way Stream Energy impacts communities through philanthropy. Stream puts more than just more than money on the table when helping out.
According to the company, engaging in philanthropy is not only a way of giving back to the community, but also a way to earn respect and the loyalty of potential clients as well as the public. Stream is among the many American corporates that are contributing heavily towards philanthropic activities. Companies in the United States have been commended for coming out in large numbers to support charity courses.
Stream Energy built relationships with Habitat for Humanity, the Red Cross, its employees and corporate leadership to drive giving in the grass roots. The company counts on associates and other partners to drive its loyalty as well as deliver products to consumers. The associates and other partners are also a vessel Stream is using to give back to the community. The associates gives back to the community as independent parties.
Homelessness has been a concern in Dallas for quite some time. Stream, its employees and associates as well as Hope Supply Co., came together to address the issue. They even sponsored homeless over 1000 children to attend the Annual Splash for Hope. Stream employees and Hope Supply Co. gave the homeless children food, diapers, clothing, school supplies and more. Stream and Hope Supply Co. has been working together for years.
It doesn’t stop there. Stream helped the tornado victims in North Texas in the wake of Christmas aftermath. It brought together a campaign to raise funds to help the victims get back to their normal lives. The company supports needy Americans every now and then. According to an executive, it is their pleasure to change the lives of many people.