The city of Houston, Texas, had a rough time when Hurricane Harvey ripped through the area, leaving roughly 56 inches of water in its wake and devastation that many couldn’t fathom. It was this hardship that caused Dallas-based direct energy seller, Stream Energy, to spring into action. Although they were not the only ones to devote time, energy, and funds to the recovery of Houston, they were one of the first to do their part.
Stream Energy is no stranger to giving back, as they have built firmly bonded relationships with both Habitat For Humanity and the Red Cross. They also encourage their entrepreneurial staff to do the same by paying them to develop strong relationships with clients and providing a plethora of products and services to those clients; Employees who can do this consistently and successfully also receive a commission for their hard work. Recently, Stream Energy created their charitable branch, Stream Cares, to which both corporate level employees and direct sellers can choose the causes they wish to support.
It seems that one of the biggest causes that employees of Stream Energy are passionate about is helping the homeless population in their city of Dallas, Texas. By working closely with the non-profit organization, Hope Supply Co., Stream Energy employees were able to pay for the entrance fees and meal costs for over 1,000 homeless children to attend the Splash for Hope event. The event was hugely successful and was the first time that many of the children in attendance had visited a waterpark. Hope Supply Co. is able to donate many supplies that children need to have a meaningful childhood, such as diapers, clothing, supplies for school, and so much more thanks to companies like Stream Energy.
Another example of the generosity the staff at Stream displays is their quick action to assist the people of North Texas who lost everything in the tornadoes that ripped through their neighborhoods the day after Christmas, 2016. The associates working for the direct energy seller took matters into their own hands and worked closely with the Salvation Army to raise thousands of dollars for the people of North Texas, and the corporate level matched them dollar for dollar, making all the difference in thousands of peoples lives.