Stream Energy Expands its Charity Initiatives Through Stream Cares

Philanthropy is one of the vital responsibilities at Stream Energy. According to its event manager Kimberly Girard, the Dallas based energy company has a big heart and is keen on giving back to the community. It does this by combining the firm’s generosity with the employee passion and commitment to giving assisting the needy in society. The energy firm was founded in 2005, and it provides energy, wireless, protective and home services to consumers in Ohio, Texas, Maryland, Washington D.C., New York and Illinois. They were recently featured on Patch for their extensive humanitarian efforts throughout Dallas and the United States. The company has a charitable division called Stream Cares that expedites its charity projects.

Stream Energy was among the first respondents in the Aftermath of the catastrophic Hurricane Harvey. They used their sales profits to fund the rehabilitation of the calamity’s survivors. After a devastating tornado hit Texas in 2016, Stream moved in swiftly to provide relief assistance to the victims of the disaster which destroyed many homes and businesses.

Over the years, Stream Energy has cultivated and maintained deep relationships with local and international charities. They donate to the Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity regularly to assist the organizations further their philanthropic causes. Stream has been partnering with Hope Supply Co for close to four years to support homeless people in Dallas through money, clothes and supplies donations.

Stream Energy started Operation Once in a Lifetime to support army veterans living in Dallas. The energy firm paid for covered transport costs to a leading restaurant and paid lunch for the veterans and their families at the restaurant. Through Operation Once in a Lifetime, they cater to the financial and emotional needs of the less fortunate army families. Through the program, Stream also co-hosted the American Girl Doll Experience and sponsored ten girls whose parents are from the military fraternity to the event.

More companies are noticing the need to engage in corporate social responsibility. Apart from helping businesses raise their status in society, it also helps them earn the loyalty of clients. Statistics show that in 2016, American companies gave approximately $18 billion to philanthropic causes.

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