When it comes to disasters and unfortunate events, humans come together to help each other survive. That’s why when Hurricane Harvey dropped 56 inches of rain and destroyed properties in Houston and other places in Dallas, Stream Energy was one of the first to help the Dallas community, Stream Energy, or better known as Stream, used its own earnings to support the recovery of the community it serves.
Corporate Philanthropy, helping your customers grow and recover with you, is one of the most important things in Stream’s DNA. Stream Energy has been helping its customers with a lot of philanthropy works before. But to make it more formal, the energy firm released the charity foundation, “Stream Cares”.
With the state of Dallas and its other customer bases after the Hurricane Harvey, Stream knew that it is important to help its customers to stand up again and begin rebuilding the city. Donations started pouring for the people of Dallas with the help of Stream Cares. Giving back to the community is important in order to build bonds and earn respect for the company.
Before the Stream Cares was officially inaugurated, Stream Energy has been making efforts in helping the American Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity. Stream also has projects that take care of homeless children. This project is called the Splash for Hope, where employees and leaders from Stream deliver financial support, supplies, and a lifetime experience for homeless children.
Stream also work with the Salvation Army when an extreme disaster hits. An example of this teamwork is when a number of tornadoes went down on Texas. Stream and the Salvation Army raised funds to help the North Texans who lost their homes. The company also expresses their gratitude for the Veterans who served our country in the past by giving free special lunch of burgers, steaks, and ribs at a popular Texas restaurant.
Because of its philanthropic efforts, Stream was recognized by Patch.com and was featured on their site. Their efforts are not being recognized and are one of the reasons why Philanthropy works are always a good thing to do. Right now, the firm also launched the Stream Green, which is focused on helping to further rally eco-friendly initiatives.