Stream Energy, a multilevel marketing company in energy, was recently featured on Patch.com for the many successful philanthropy efforts they’ve been doing. Hurricane Harvey left a lot of people in difficult and even traumatic positions, loosing the lives of loved ones–including pets–their possessions and homes. Efforts to help the many suffering victims were slim and conditions seemed helpless, until the Dallas based company stepped in. Donating the money earned from sales, Stream Energy not only helped their own customers financially, but they helped fund the entire recovery project. Obviously, Stream Energy is more than just an energy corporation, they are also philanthropists of the corporate world. In addition, the company recently launched their newest charity foundation, “Stream Cares,” helping people in need, not only in Texas, but throughout the country.
Statistically, American corporations are quite giving to charities and causes around the world, as it is a great PR boost, especially when they need it. However, Stream Energy proves to have a strong track record of giving that exceeds that of many companies, keeping long-term relationships with Habitat for Humanity, the Red Cross and even advocating to help homelessness. As the article on Patch.com states, Stream partnered with Hope Supply Co. and “covered entrance and meal costs for over 1,000 North Texas homeless children at the annual Splash for Hope.” This event brings these children to a local water park and delivers them supplies, money and an experience of a lifetime. And yet, the company’s long time commitment of giving back doesn’t end there. In 2016, when a series of tornadoes hit North Texas, Stream rapidly fled to help. Stream also cares for veterans and their families, and through working with Operation Once in a Lifetime, Stream supports Dallas-area veterans in many different ways. And, this still has yet to cover all the unique kinds of philanthropy work Stream Energy has been committed to doing, because for the people at Stream, “philanthropy is just another day at the office.
Stream Energy has been a major energy provider in the Texas area since 2005. Recent years have seen the company expand to several other states, and their service offerings have also grown to include telephone and home protection services, gas, and what they first made their name with, energy. By 2010 Stream had made its way into 7 states, and by 2015 it added mobile phones services to its repertoire. Due to the quick expansion Stream has experienced, it is safe to consider them to be a successful company, and after Hurrican Harvey struck the state of Texas, the company was able to offer some of the funds their success has earned them to those left homeless during the storms the hurricane caused.
An important aspect of what Stream does for their community has yet again expanded to include their philanthropic approach to their community. Though their actions following Hurricane Harvey distinguished the as being compassionate and ready to help, the company plans to move forward with the intent of doing the same for others. With the introduction of Stream Energy Cares, a program created to help those in need, Stream Energy reaffirmed their position in the areas that they serve and coming to be seen as trustworthy and an integral part of making their communities all over the nation better, safer places to live.
Stream Energy has been involved with The Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity for several years, having been involved with them in the past through projects they have shared. One of the biggest issues the company focuses on with these types of organizations are those left homeless in Texas and within other areas they service. Having such a strong desire to help those who find themselves in such a position, Stream introduces The Hope Supply Company, which provides basic necessities to those who may not have them without outside intervention. Stream and Hope Supply Co. are also passionately involved in making the lives of less fortunate children better through planning events and activities the children would not typically have a chance to experience.