Since the formation of Stream Energy more than a decade ago, the company has been able to help several locals find dignity in their lives. First, it is through the company’s sale of affordable home use products such as wireless electricity, gas, various home services as well as whole family protection. In its recent press release, Stream Energy announced that it has instituted Stream Cares Foundation, an arm of the company that will handle charity programs for residents of Houston, Austin, and several parts of Texas. Hitherto, Stream Energy continues to take the lead in offering financial and material aid whenever disaster strikes.
Perhaps, the recent notable charitable act is during the aftermath of the Hurricane Harvey. According to the U.S Meteorological Department, Hurricane Harvey that ravished most parts of southern Texas was the costliest tropical cyclone in the history of modern America approximated at $125 billion. Although it was the single most expensive tropical cyclone to manage, Hurricane Harvey that rocked Texas between August 17, 2017, and September 2, 2017, has been linked to the 2005’s Hurricane Katrina.
Looking at how locals are destabilized by these natural disasters, Stream has started a charitable branch that will be dealing with such unexpected tragedies. In the past, Stream Energy has worked with several other nonprofit organizations to give aid to devastated families especially the homeless and unlucky living within Texas. Some of the organizations Stream Energy has worked with include the Red Cross, the Salvation Army, and the Habitat of Humanity.
The aim of starting Stream Cares Foundation is to balance activities between providing clients with several home use services Stream has been supplying for many years as well as taking the sole responsibility of feeding, clothing, and helping the homeless and the less fortunate find dignity and the quality of life. in recent days, Stream has worked with Hope Supply Company to provide several homeless families with clothing, food supplies and diapers for the less fortunate. The company recently paid for more than 1,000 homeless kids to feel the real value of life when they visited various water parks in Texas.