Stream Energy is a Dallas- based company, which is famous for the provision of life services. The company specializes in providing energy, wireless and home services to its clients at affordable rates, while still enabling them to be connected wherever they are. Apart from being one of the country’s leading direct selling companies, Stream Energy is also famous for its philanthropic efforts.
Recently, the Stream launched Stream Cares, a charity foundation aimed at formalizing ongoing philanthropy in Texas and, throughout the United States. Stream Cares is a separate arm funded through the company’s revenue. The company’s move can be described as a significant effort to improve its brand and customer outreach.
Giving seems to be at the center of the Stream. Recently, the company supported communities devastated by Hurricane Harvey. The natural disaster left scores injured, desperate, and homeless. The company bounced into action to assist the victims. For Stream, giving back to society is more than a fall back planning when scandals occur, or when hard economic times hit. It is part of their model.
The company operates through independent associates, who are rewarded for bringing in clients and selling products to customers. Stream also actively supports its employees by helping them sharpen their skills, and empowering them to improve their lives, and those of their families. Instead of focusing on giving through high-profile employees, the entire Stream community actively participates in charity.
Stream Energy works with Hope Supply Co. to assist homeless children through supplies money and great experiences. In the last annual Splash for Hope event, Stream Energy sponsored the entrance and meal costs for over 1000 homeless children in North Texas. The company also worked together with the Salvation Army to assist Tornado victims in 2016, in North Texas.
Dallas area veterans also enjoyed Stream’s moral and financial support through “Operation Once in a Lifetime,” after the company hosted a special lunch for them and their families. The following day, ten daughters of military members were entertained at the American Girl Doll experience, an event co-hosted by Stream Energy. The company also works closely with the American Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity.