Stream Energy is not only known for its success in the energy business, but also for its philanthropy state of mind. Following one of the most devastating hurricanes to hit Houston, Stream Energy was one of the first companies to fund recovery and ease the financial burden of their customers. The company was not troubled by the thought of giving their earned money to help out those in need.
Stream’s involvement in aiding of communities is not a new thing. A major part of the Stream’s vision is to make philanthropy a part of their company. They recently launched their charity foundation, “Stream Cares”. Alongside providing relief in Houston when they needed it the most, Stream Energy has built relationships with many non-profits like Habitat for Humanity and Red Cross.
A particular issue Stream Energy and its associates want to help with is homelessness. They have partnered with Hope Supply Co. to tackle the homeless problem. One of the ways Stream Energy and its associates aid is by covering entrance and meal costs at the annual Splash for Hope. Stream has been in partnership with Hope Supply Co for over four years and doesn’t plan to stop now. They have been apart of this organization that helps provide diapers, school supplies and other necessities for homeless children.
Stream is not only an energy company that wants to grow its finances but also help communities with its success. Stream emphasizes the building up of those less fortunate through its work ethic of giving back. Their success positively correlates with their community involvement. Corporate Philanthropy involvement in America is typically extensively publicized, and combat scandals. For Stream Energy, it is apart of the company’s identity. They are more than willing to provide direct funding to nonprofits, along with their time and efforts. The Company not only wishes to help those less fortunate but also its customers. Stream works to provide the best services to its customers, affordable without scarifying the quality.