Stream Energy is a company based out of Dallas, Texas that has a wide variety of services available for all persons. Their main business is dealing with electricity and natural gas, making it affordable for you as a client. They have plans that you can afford and they also give you the tools you need so that you can manage how much you use.
They offer other programs such as cell phone service, you can also either call a doctor or talk with a doctor on the internet twenty-four hours a day, and they also have programs that help with roadside assistance or protecting you from identity theft and credit monitoring.
Stream Energy also is a philanthropic company that have helped with a number of charities and have started a few themselves. Stream Energy started a charity called “Stream Cares.” “Stream Cares” has already helped thousands of people since being started. An example of what Stream Energy has done through “Stream Cares” is after the string of tornadoes hit Northern Texas in 2016. Stream Energy helped the customers by helping them financially and by helping recover what they could for their customers.
When Hurricane Harvey hit Stream Energy started another charity called “Hope Supply Company,” which helped get diapers, clothes, and school supplies to as many homeless children as was possible and they also helped them financially and by helping with supplies they needed for the children’s’ homes.
The company started another charity called “Operation Once in a Lifetime,” which helped Dallas area veterans with support morally and financially as each veteran needed and they donated free transportation for the veterans who could not afford it to a restaurant where the veterans were given a special honorary lunch.
The company even went as far as to co-host a party for ten girls whose parent or parents were veterans called the American Girl Doll Experience. The company paid some or all of the expenses for the party.
One of the worst hurricanes ever to hit Houston was Hurricane Harvey. It dumped torrential rains on the metropolis, causing a massive flood that led to the loss of lives, homes and pets. And while all these were happening, the entire United States and other countries abroad were quite powerless to come to the aid of the victims.
In the midst of all the mayhem brought about by the nature’s tempest, Stream Energy, an energy resource company based in Dallas, was among the first to shell out money that it netted from the lucrative sales of its energy venture to support the overall recovery, and relieve the monetary dilemmas of its own clients.
The regular philanthropic activities done by the company has always been a part of its corporate goals. And this being the case, Stream Energy lately established Stream Cares – the company’s charity foundation. The foundation is to validate its continuing charity works across Texas, and throughout the United States. This has been an activity that Stream Energy has been involved with for over a decade.
Hurricane Harvey is a case in exception, since Stream Energy went beyond money to assist in the rescue undertakings. In such times, the philanthropic efforts of a company are often regarded as an expansive means to gain media attention. Although in a practical way, it is a means to cushion undesirable incidents that are likely to happen such as when difficult times lead to layoffs, when earnings decline, and when scandals transpire.
To boost its philanthropic activities, Stream compensates its affiliates to build an association of loyal customers to whom they can provide numerous products and services that ranges from an energy rate that does not fluctuate to plans for mobile phones. The said services/products are provided by the company for corporate and residential clients who can likewise avail of the services of virtual physicians, telemedicine and a reduced clean energy rate.
The successful associates of Stream are paid commissions depending on the sales and in essence are considered business owners and entrepreneurs, who support the charitable cause s of the company. And this is how Stream Energy is able to subsidize its charities via Stream Cares.
When Hurricane Harvey slammed into the Texas coast, many of the area’s residents were caught completely off guard. In particular, the city of Houston quickly found its infrastructure overwhelmed as the streets began to flood and city services were quickly forced to shut down. The aftermath of Hurricane Harvey easily could have turned into another Katrina-like debacle. But the people of Texas banded together, showing the world that a potentially catastrophic event can be overcome with a strong sense of community and a willingness of people to help their neighbors.
One of the most generous neighbors throughout the Harvey ordeal was Stream Energy, a Dallas-based alternative energy company that has made a name for itself as one of the leading drivers of green energy usage throughout the American Southwest. As soon as Harvey hit, Stream Energy sprang into action. It immediately donated tens of thousands of dollars to the local Red Cross and sent dozens of its employees south to Houston to aid in the cleanup efforts. Those employees would ultimately collectively give thousands of their own hours in the cleanup efforts, contributing to the city’s ability to successfully meet the immense challenges presented by the disaster.
In the wake of the successful campaign to help the Hurricane Harvey victims, Stream Energy decided to formalize its commitment to local charity. It formed the Stream Cares Foundation, a charitable organization dedicated to aiding the many noble charitable causes around the Dallas area and the rest of Texas as a whole.
One of the most heartwarming initiatives that the organization has undertaken is its funding of special trips for the Hope Supplies Co. The charity is involved with the Dallas area’s most vulnerable: homeless kids. Each week in the summer months, the Hope Supplies Co. takes some of the city’s most deprived kids on day-long trips to area water and amusement parks. For many of these children, the trip is the first time they’ve ever been able to participate in a day of fun at an entertainment venue. The trips have been a major success and Stream Energy says that they plan on underwriting even more trips in the coming year.