Dallas’s own Stream Energy is making big waves in its community and beyond with its revolutionary new charitable arm Steam Cares. Stream Energy has always had a reputation for its philanthropic efforts but the new Steam Cares arm is a way that the company is seeking to take this to a new level. It is a relatively new trend for company’s to start up an entity within their own company for the express purpose of philanthropic pursuits but it is something that Stream Energy is committed to. It also has the added benefit of acting as a selling point for potential clients, so in this way, Stream Energy wins twice. The company can continue the philanthropy that it is passionate about and already doing anyway while at the same time adding extra exposure that is sure to attract new customers.
A major charitable project that Stream Cares has been focussing on recently is aiding the recovery for the Texas communities that were devastated by the effects of Hurricane Harvey. What turned out to be among the worst hurricanes ever recorded in U.S. history also causes many Texas residents their homes and even their lives. Being a Texas-based energy provider, Stream Energy felt closely tied to this situation and many of its customers were among those affected by the disaster. Steam Energy made sure that it was one of the first companies on the scene to help fund the recovery efforts.
Stream Energy has a long-standing relationship with some of the most recognizable names in the world of charitable work. The Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity are amazing organizations that Stream has worked with for a long time now. Stream has also made a big contribution to helping solve the problem of homelessness in its own backyard of Dallas, Texas. Stream partners with fellow Dallas organization Hope Supply Co. in order to make a big difference for the homeless population of Dallas and in particular homeless children. Stream and its associates have also been making a big difference with the organization Operation Once in a Lifetime that provides aid to military veterans from the Dallas area.