Dallas company Stream Energy used its own revenue from sales to aid its customers in the recovery effort after Hurricane Harvey. Stream Energy has been showing Dallas corporations the way to include philanthropy in their mission for years but only just solidified its own charity foundation, “Stream Cares”. Stream Energy believes that starting a separate charity branch to continue its ongoing help in Texas and throughout the country earns the respect of the public while giving back to the community. Stream Energy has not only spent many years fostering longstanding partnerships with Habitat for Humanity and the Red Cross but its employees are also very involved with locally connected charities.
One cause that’s cemented in the employee’s hearts is the homelessness in Dallas. Stream employees routinely take note of how many people are homeless in the Dallas area at a given time realizing this would be a forcible avenue to give. One way Stream is accomplishing this is teaming up with Hope Supply Company. Together they supply diapers, clothing, school gear and so much more to homeless children in Dallas.
Another call to action for Stream was when the tornadoes touched down in North Texas during December 2016. Stream employees worked directly with the Salvation Army raising thousands of dollars for those who lost their homes and businesses. Stream Energy matched those funds, doubling the donations brought in by its associates.
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Stream’s philanthropy doesn’t stop there as Dallas area veterans and their families have also been on the receiving end of Stream’s generosity. Stream donated transportation for these less fortunate veteran families to a special luncheon at a wonderful Texas restaurant. The following day 10 daughters of military members were honored to The American Girl Experience. At this event Stream associates helped 10 young ladies choose an American Girl Doll and later ate lunch at the American Girl Cafe. So for the people at Stream Energy, a dedication to those less fortunate is second nature.