Stream Energy, a direct sale energy company based in Dallas, Texas, was recently featured in an article on Patch for solidifying their commitment to compassion and community. Where most lucrative businesses focus solely on profit margins and bottom lines, Stream Energy has chosen to shift its priorities towards customers in crisis after the surrounding area was affected by hurricane damage.
When hurricane Harvey tore through the Texas coast, the area was devastated. The rain and wind were relentless as those near and far stood powerless to help. It was the kind of severe natural disaster that leaves many people displaced and their lives forever altered. Loved ones and pets were lost as public and private property damages soared. No one could stop it from happening, but when the rains eased and the damage was surveyed there was a company ready to act. Stream Energy did not hesitate to provide their assistance through their charitable foundation known as Steam Cares.
Community outreach and support have been and integral part of the Stream Energy business model for over a decade. This commitment is the entire reason There is a charitable arm of such a profitable company. Their financial successes have allowed them to partner with and give back to the community that supports them. Their partnerships with organizations such as Habitat For Humanity and the Red Cross have helped make them a particularly effective partner in combating the issue of homelessness in the Dallas area.
To deliver aid and supplies to those in need after the hurricane, Stream Cares teamed up with the Hope Supply Co. It was through this partnership that food and supplies reached the families in need of it. This act of kindness and generous contributions like it make the highly profitable energy company is helping give Texans the hand they need while they recover from the aftermath of Harvey and beyond.