Natural disasters, climate change, poverty, etc., are just but a few problems afflicting the world, and America is no exception. While governments grapple with such issues, it is becoming apparent that input from businesses and even individuals go a long way in assisting authorities to alleviate human suffering. Stream Energy’s philanthropic efforts demonstrate a company determined to make society conducive to everyone.
Stream Energy targets homeless people, the less fortunate veterans and their families. The Dallas-based firm, in collaboration with other like-minded firms, organizes fun activities for the homeless children of Dallas. Such events in addition to making the children feel loved are essential in extending both monetary support and basic needs to the less fortunate. The less fortunate Dallas-area veterans have a reason to smile as Stream Energy occasionally sponsors fun days for them and their families.
Hurricanes are not new to America, especially Texas. In fact, the state suffered one of its deadliest hurricanes in 2017—Hurricane Harvey. The state is home to thousands of Stream Energy’s clients and business associates. It made sense for the company, therefore, to be actively involved in both healing and rebuilding efforts meant to restore the Greater Houston area to its former state. Stream Energy started by donating $25,000 to the American Red Cross. The company then announced it was accepting donations on behalf of Red Cross and finally announced it would forgive its clients in the affected areas who would service their utility bills late than expected. The efforts portrayed Stream as an understanding partner, sticking with its clients through thick and thin.
Stream Energy announced the launch of Stream Cares, an entity that will be responsible for the firm’s philanthropic giving. The body is likely to consolidate Stream’s charitable activities, and America is yet to witness a more vibrant stream, regarding philanthropy.
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The company was established in 2005 as a retail electricity firm. Its business model follows that of multi-level marketing firms, but Stream’s reward system is ingenious. The firm’s energy, wireless, protective, and home services are available in seven U.S states. As it embraces corporate social responsibility, Stream is likely to exponentially grow as Americans tend to associate more with charitable brands.