A wise man once said that the day that we stop helping each other is the day that we lose our humanity. As humans, not only are we stewards of nature and caretakers of nature – we are also responsible for each others’ welfare. We are supposed to take care of one another and be selfless – a concept that some of us might have already forgotten. However, there are still some individuals in this world that desire to promote and help other people out willingly and out of the kindness of their own hearts, and are normally in the form of monetary donations to their chosen beneficiaries and causes. And one company that has philanthropy in their core values is Stream Energy.
Stream Energy is a company that cares, and that’s the least that we can say and as a Dallas based company – they have instilled in their company’s beliefs that they should be responsible for the welfare of their community. And a strong testament to this is when Hurricane Valley ran havoc in the region of Dallas. Hurricane Harvey has poured over 56 inches of rain across the friendly neighborhoods of Dallas and the flood has caused destruction to the households of Dallas-based Americans where the typhoon has caused casualties, territorial damage and even killing a number of pets. But Stream Energy was one of the first companies to jump in the action, first to help their community. The Dallas-based community immediately donated its hard earned money from its very successful business rooted in energy provision, to fund the very first round of recovery that would help ease the recuperation phase of Hurricane Harvey’s victims. Stream Energy says its only right to help the people who have helped them build their business and helped them thrive and sustain through their tough times.
This is a testament that Stream Energy is a company that cares, and they have created “Stream Cares” – a separate entity apart from the main energy company that is focused on the company’s philanthropy and Stream Cares serves as the company’s charity foundation. They respond to their communities needs and they are focused on helping the community.