Stream Energy never fails to jump in and help out when they can. They have used money that they have acquired from its successful business sales to invest in helping others. Corporate philanthropy is a big part of their philosophy, and they recently launched their “Stream Cares” foundation to reach out to those in need. When Hurricane Harvey struck in Texas, they used their resources to help those who had lost everything, including their hope.
Stream Energy is just one of many examples of corporate companies with a heart and America overall is very generous and giving. In 2016 alone, nearly $19 billion was donated to charities in America as well as in other countries. However, according to WalletHub, Texas is one of the least generous states so this is a good way to get the ball rolling.
Stream Energy has partnered with Hope Supply Company, and together they have covered the entrance fee and meal costs for over 1,000 homeless children in Dallas with the annual Splash for Hope. Hope Supply Co. provides essentials such as diapers, clothing, school supplies, and more to homeless children in the Dallas area.
Stream Energy is all about helping others, and they also support the veterans and their families in the Dallas-area. With Operation Once in a Lifetime, Stream Energy provides financial and moral support to the veterans and hosts a December meal fit for a king at a high-end Texas restaurant. They also co-host the American Girl Doll Experience for ten lucky daughters of military members.
Stream Energy loves their community and is doing all that it can to lift Dallas up through passion, generosity, and by helping the disadvantaged and less fortunate. Philanthropy and leadership play a very big role in the business of the company, and they’re aware of the problems that plagues the Dallas area such as homelessness. Instead of turning a blind eye, the company has decided to make a difference in the lives of those who need the most help. Homelessness has increased by 24% in Dallas, and Stream associates are always looking for ways to help.