Stream Energy was featured in a patch.com article for their humanitarian efforts inn Texas. After the terrible Hurricane Harvey devastated Houston with more than four feet of rain in its neighborhoods and homes, companies in the U.S. and abroad watched helplessly as the region flooded and people died, lost their houses, apartments, and pets.
But one company based in Dallas, Stream, utilized money made from its highly successful energy sales operations to become among the first to help fund recovery, in addition to lifting some of the financial burdens off its customers.
For Stream Energy, philanthropy is in the company’s genes. The direct marketing energy corporation just launched the foundation, “Stream Cares”, to solidify its continues philanthropy efforts in Texas and all across the United States, something they’ve been doing for well over a decade.
Although in the face of Hurricane Harvey specifically, the connected living and energy sales company proved itself a textbook illustration of how Dallas companies are leveraging philanthropy and charity and using it as an essential, major, component of brand identity. For Stream, which has created long-term alliances with the Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity, corporate leadership and employees also help by driving grassroots, local giving.
Hope Supply Co. is one of Stream Energy Dallas based passion projects. Stream Energy partnered with them and their employees to cover meal and entrance costs for about 1,000 homeless children in North Texas during its annual Splash for Hope.
The event, which takes homeless children to a water park, allowing Stream leadership and employees to deliver supplies and money as well as the experience of a lifetime. The company has worked alongside the charity for about four years.
Through “Operation Once in a Lifetime” Stream Energy helps give both financial and moral support to veterans and their family in the DFQ area. Stream gave transportation to unfortunate veterans of the military and their families, The next day, they helped host “American Girl Doll Experience” for 10 military members daughters. Stream paid for the full amount of the expenses. Kimberly Girard, the lead event manager, says the company loves changing the life of many.