Stream Energy: Hope, Generosity, Positive Change

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Stream Energy is making a big difference in the lives of the people in the Dallas, Texas area. Their company model is set up to focus on philanthropy and keep it as the center of their business. Every day in the office is a day to give back. Homelessness is one of the main causes for Stream’s generosity. Stream associates monitor homelessness rates on a regular basis. In fact, the homeless rate has increased by over 20 percent. In a way, that is bad for the state of Texas as they are not looked at as a generous state. That’s where Stream Energy comes in and makes a difference. They are changing the generosity rating of Texas as we used to know it one act of generosity at a time. If anyone can recall Hurricane Harvey and all of the turmoil it caused for residents in Dallas Texas, they will remember that many people lost their lives, their pets, and even their homes. The storm tore through the city dropping 56 inches of rain. No one was prepared for the storm. Stream Energy was one of the first responders on the scene using money that they earned from energy sales to help with the reconstruction of the city. One commendable aspect of Streams efforts is that they were not only helping their community but their clients as well. Stream Cares, the philanthropic organization created to partner with other non-profits to help the homeless as well. Each time a natural disaster strikes, Stream Energy is there to help rescue those impacted by the ordeal. In some cases, they utilize their partnerships like back in 2016. In 2016, on the day after Christmas, a number of tornadoes hit the North Texas area. This is another instance that the community was not prepared for. The tornadoes ruined businesses and homes throughout the region. For many, Christmas turned out to be nothing more than a nightmare. Stream Energy partnered with the Salvation Army to raise money. Gratefully with the help of the community thousands of dollars were raised. The money was a great help as it aided in reconstruction for those who were not covered by homeowners insurance.

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