Stream Energy recently was featured in an article on Patch. It discussed how Stream Energy launched Stream Cares for philanthropy. One of the most recent ways they’ve helped was after Hurricane Harvey dropped over 50 inches of rain across the city of Houston. Stream Energy jumped into action and use revenue from its energy sales business to fund a recovery. In fact, it was one of the first companies to do this.
“Stream Cares” was launched because Stream Energy wanted to makes its ongoing philanthropy in Texas more formal. They also wanted to formalize their efforts throughout the rest of the country, which Stream has been doing for over 20 years.
Launching a separate entity to serve as a philanthropy arm offers a number of advantages to Stream, and to any other company that does it. For starters, it allows Stream Energy to give back to its community, while earning the public’s and potential customers’ respect.
Stream, which is based in Dallas Texas, has worked hard to build lasting relationships with a number of charitable organizations such as the Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity. They’ve built lasting relationships with its employees.
Stream pays associates when they build a network of clients and then they deliver various types of products and services. These products and services are offered to both corporate and residential clients.
Associates earn money on the sales they make. It means they are essentially business owners themselves and entrepreneurs. The associates also choose which causes they are the most about and then support those causes.
Homelessness is one example if the causes associates are most passionate about. The associates and the company regularly track the homeless rate in Dallas. They partnered up with an organization and are currently tackling and supporting the homeless problem throughout the city.