Stream Energy is renowned for its generosity and philanthropy services towards the community of Dallas and nationally. The company helped to alleviate the homeless after the devastating Hurricane Harvey that dropped over 56 inches of hard rain across Houston and other surrounding neighbourhoods. The aftermath was people losing their properties, but Stream Energy was there to give a high hand of helping. The company used its yearly return to ensure their clients are safe and comfortable.
Stream Energy is a flourishing company that deals with energy sales, and it recently introduced the Stream Care to handle their philanthropy work. The company says that corporate philanthropy runs in the company DNA and believes the new charity foundation will formalise their ongoing locally and nationally charitable work. Stream Energy thinks that launching the company wing of philanthropy has the dual advantage to the company and also community. It states that giving back to the city brings out simultaneously earning loyalty and respect from public and clients. Corporate giving is highly and extensively publicised making it altruistic, but the C-levels executive embraces it as a practical buffer when business pitfall and scandals hit the company. It’s believed the American corporate are quite generous and in 2016 over $19 billion was donated to various national and international charities.
Stream Energy has long-term commitment and relationship with the Red Cross and the Habitats for Humanity to drive the local and also grassroots giving. The company uses a simple model of business through the selling of energy directly by paying their associates to build a network of devoted clients by delivering high-quality products and services. The Stream associates earn commission, and they choose a specific cause to support creating a chain of generosity.
Stream Energy is also deeply involved with taking care of the homeless. The company routinely track the homeless noting at least 24% increase in 2016, and it has teamed up with Hope Supply Co to provide clothing and other suppliers. The two companies covered the entrance fee for homeless children to have fun at Northern Texas Water Park putting a broad smile on their faces.