Supporting the Community it Serves
When Hurricane Harvey hit the Southern Coast many families, as well as commercial businesses, were deeply affected. In the aftermath of Harvey’s devastation, every available free person was called upon to help carry Houston forward. There was the regular help of the State and Government programs and there were companies like Stream Energy. It is a locally based energy company that serves the Southern States, but it also has a philanthropic arm that reaches out and touches its customers in deep needs in natural disasters. Stream Energy reaches out and assists the needy thru Steam Cares, its non-profit arm that shares in best practices of supporting the local community. Stream Energy has a long track record of assisting those in need; Steam Energy’s philanthropic efforts always have a place of supporting the local families with their generosity. Steam Energy support program has been in development over a dozen years.
Its philosophy has become a model for philanthropy in a time when generosity is a growing effort. Stream Energy has ties of many years with non-profit organizations like Habitat for Humanity and Red Cross.
Thru the appropriate management of Stream Energy’s sales associates works as independent contractors that provide Steam Services to individuals and businesses. Stream Energy’s contractors gain commissions by selling fixed or varied rate plans or mobile phone plans.
Hope Company and the Salvation Army
During Hurricane Harvey, Stream worked alongside Hope Supply Co., which is a no-profit group which works with homeless children. Stream worked with Hope Supply to pay for meals for thousands of homeless children in North Texas because at the forefront of Steam’s Care program is its desire to help homeless children. Stream also helped the victims of the Texas Tornado in 2016. By working closely with the Salvation Army, Stream helped raised thousands of dollars to help those in need. Stream wants to support those communities that support it as customers and neighbors.