Stream Care is a non-profit subsidiary of Stream Energy, dedicated to providing basic supplies and support to anyone who requires it. Stream Energy is an energy selling company in Dallas renowned for its contribution to the society for decades since its inception.
Stream Care Foundation and Hope Supply Co. worked together to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey. There exist areas that took a bad hit due to the record 56 inches of rain around Houston. There was damage to millions of dollars of property and sadly a few American citizens lost their lives. Stream Care was reportedly the first responders to reach the site to initiate recovery protocols.
Stream Energy’s decision to branch out a philanthropic foundation is a way of taking corporate responsibility for giving back to the society. This act has immediately affected the image of Stream Energy in a positive way with tons of congratulatory feedback. Studies show that American Corporations are a generous group of people, who donated a staggering $19 billion to charities in 2016. Stream Care has tie-ups with other Charities and non-profit organizations like the Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity. The employees ranging from freshers to senior management personnel frequently take part in local donations.
The firm gives top priority to people who are homeless. Stream Care has a dedicated team that works tirelessly as a unit to locate and contact with homeless people. Stream Care’s long-term partnership with Hope Supply Co. has made it possible to donate clothes, school books, and other necessities to children without a place to live. Stream Energy oversees the activities at Stream Care and recently approved of the initiative called “Operation Once In a Lifetime”. This initiative is designed to offer financial as well as mental support to retired Veterans and their families. Every year in December, they are provided transportation to any famous restaurant in Dallas for a great lunch.
Stream Energy is progressing towards providing assistance to people who require it despite Texas being the least generous states of all according to a study by WalletHub. It is projected that the foundation will be able to increase its coverage area in the near future.