Stream Energy is an energy company that has created a philanthropy arm, which has functioned to change the lives of people through its giving. The company’s senior event manager, Kimberly Girard, has spoken about the company’s big heart and how it has plans to continue to fund new ways of giving back to the world and the communities it operates in. The state of Texas has been the largest recipient of the company’s giving up to this point, and it has given special attention to the city of Dallas.
Stream Energy’s leadership team and sales associates are passionate about helping others and did not miss a beat when Hurricane Harvey dropped more than 50 inches of rain on Houston, Texas. Many people died during the hurricane, and many others lost their homes. Stream Energy did not hesitate to take action when the moment came, and it was one of the first companies to help through donations. Stream made a deep impression on the state as it did everything it could to improve the plight of the people who suffered there.
The Stream Cares Foundation is the name of the company’s philanthropy arm, and it has been supporting local charitable organizations for many years. The company joins other American companies who have donated more than $19 billion to many different charities in the United States. Stream Energy has been working with Habitat for Humanity and the Red Cross for a long time, and its direct selling business model has funded its giving.
Homelessness continues to plague the Dallas, Texas area, and Stream Energy has noted that the problem has increased by 24% recently. By partnering with the Hope Supply Co., the company has helped to offer food, clothing, and school supplies to many homeless people in need. Together, the two were able to respond with aid quickly when tornadoes ravaged parts of North Texas just one day after Christmas. By partnering with the Salvation Army, the associates of Stream were able to raise thousands of dollars for people in the northern part of the “Lone Star State.” Stream Energy matched their donations, and many peoples’ lives were changed.