In Dallas the direct energy company Stream Energy is changing the face of philanthropy and giving customers and employees something to stand behind. Through their direct sales of energy and mobile phone plans this company is using their sales in the corporate and residential areas to make a big difference.
Associates working for Stream Energy work for themselves and with their sales on the wide array of products offered they are able to make a generous commission. Stream Energy then allows these associates to pick and choose where they would like to help make a difference.
In Dallas alone the associates are working with Hope Supply Co. to make a difference in the lives of homeless children and families. They have been doing this collaboration with Hope Supply Co. for four years and look forward to many more. The tornadoes that devastated parts of Texas in 2016 showed the power that Stream could muster to make a difference. Together with the Salvation Army they were able to raise thousands of dollars for the victims of the storms. Dallas area veterans and their families know that Stream Energy employees are ready to be there for them in more ways than monetarily. The employees banded together and gave rides to a luncheon to vets and their families who were struggling.
This kind of charity is something that speaks volumes for the kind of company Stream Energy is and the kind of employees they have. With their new philanthropic move called Stream Cares the company hopes to make an even bigger dent in the needs of people who really need a hand. Stream Cares and the Stream Care Foundation showed it’s strength during the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. This extremely catastrophic storm left parts of Texas literally under water and it was Stream Energy that was one of the first to get out there and help.
The people running this corporation and working for it are changing the way others will do business as well. This kind of give back to the community should set a precedence for how to take care of where and who you live with. It’s really a beautiful thing to see in corporate America.