It is in giving that you receive, philanthropic Stream Energy
Get to know Stream Energy, a Dallas based company that is highly ranked in the energy industry. The company recently launched their Stream Cares Foundation, a philanthropic foundation, funded by the company itself, and driven by the company’s goodwill. In the recent past, Hurricane Harvey hit homes in Houston and caused a lot of damage. Stream Cares was there to help, supporting the affected citizens financially and also helping them recuperate.
Stream Energy’s decision to start a charity foundation has earned them favor and loyalty among the public and prospective clients. In the past 12 years or so, the company has accrued $8 billion in revenue. The company is also affiliated with Energy Services, Protective Services, Home Services, and Wireless services. Also, the company has developed a healthy relationship with charitable organizations for example Habitat for Humanity, Salvation Army, and the Red Cross.
Stream Energy’s compatriots are well paid to develop a network of faithful customers while offering an array of commodities and services. Also, the company offers residential and corporate services, for example, virtual doctors receive discounted clean energy. Triumphant Stream Energy compatriots receive a commission following the sales one makes.
The company and its employees are committed to helping the homeless. They pursue homeless people in Dallas and together with Hope Supply Co., they aid the homeless. Through their partnership, Stream Energy took care of the entrance and food costs at a water park for more than 1000 homeless kids at an annual event, Splash for Hope.
Other than helping the homeless, the company is well invested in assisting military veterans and their families. In conjunction with Operation Once in a Lifetime, Stream provided transport to carry underprivileged military veterans and their families for lunch. The company is big-hearted, always looking for ways to give back to the community. According to a report by WalletHub, Texas is among the least charitable states in the nation, but Stream is working tirelessly to put Dallas and Texas in the top ranks.