Stream Energy: Using More than Just Money to Give Back

Hurricane Harvey is one of the most devastating catastrophes in the world that left many people desperate and stranded. Hurricanes such as Harvey are relatively common in America with other hurricanes such as Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Rita, Hurricane Wilma, Hurricane Charley and Hurricane Ivan having hit the country in the past decade. In such cases, the victims are left helpless after the loss of their livelihood and other valuables. In the recent Hurricane Harvey, the water rose to 56 inches and flooded every part of Houston, leading to massive damages and even loss of lives. In an action to fund the recovery, Stream Energy – an energy distributing company based in Dallas – recently initiated a charity foundation, Stream Cares. Stream Energy has established long-lasting relationships with the Red Cross Society and Habitat for Humanity. Stream operates through a business model where the company’s associates are paid to build a chain of loyal consumers and deliver products and services including energy and mobile phone plans.

Stream Energy caters to both domestic and company needs, providing energy, telemedicine, and virtual doctors. Successful associates receive a commission based on sales and may choose to support as individual entrepreneurs or as passionate individuals. One of the associates in Dallas –Home Supply Co. – is deeply concerned about homelessness. The charity provides diapers, food, school supplies, clothing and more for homeless children in Dallas. Stream Energy in Collaboration with Home Supply Co. organizes an annual Splash that brings together homeless children. Stream then delivers the supplies as well as funds to Hope Supply. This is not the first time that Steam Energy is helping disaster victims. In 2016, Stream came to the aid of North Texas Tornado victims and matched their lost households together with donations from associates.

According to Stream Energy, giving is not all about money. In collaboration with Operation Once in a Lifetime, Stream donated transport to less fortunate military veterans and their loved ones to enjoy a December lunch out, and an American Doll Event for their daughters. Stream Energy has displayed devotion in helping the less fortunate by employing corporate generosity and associate passion.

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