The Dallas Patch recognized Stream Energy for their philanthropic impact they’ve had on the Dallas Community for years across varying causes. Stream Energy is a Dallas-based company that services energy, wireless, protective, and home packages to clients in the Dallas community. Performing philanthropic efforts to the Dallas community is a win-win for the company, as they are helping both the community and their customers. As they aid the community in relief to numerous causes, they also raise awareness to their company and values as an organization.
Stream Energy had established a branch of their company dedicated to philanthropy called Stream Cares. Through Stream Cares, the company is structured to allow employees to volunteer to causes they are personally passionate about.
The Patch reports on Stream Cares’ response to Hurricane Harvey and the relief they were able to provide as one of the first major organizations to help. Stream Energy employees have demonstrated their passion about aiding in homelessness through partnering with Hope Supply Co. An annual Splash for Hope fundraiser provides 1,000 homeless people free entrance and cost fees through this partnership. Located at a water park, children and families are also provided with money and supplies.
Stream Cares frequently partners with other organizations to maximize positive impact on the community. They had also partnered with The Salvation Army to provide relief to victims of the 2016 Texas Tornado. Together they had raised money for people who had lost their homes and businesses in North Texas. With the donations brought in, Stream had matched the total donation and doubled the money originally raised.
The employees of the company have also been able to meet numerous community members through these efforts. The organization has held events for military and veteran families, providing a meal and day event that helps each family focus on the fun in the event, all expenses paid.
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