The Stream Cares Foundation has been committed to helping individuals who were affected by the Hurricane Harvey. The activities of the Stream Cares Foundation are part of the social corporate responsibility. Through partnering with Hope Supply CO, the foundation has addressed the problem of homelessness in Dallas. During the Hurricane Harvey incidences, many organizations and companies in the USA watched helplessly. Many Americans lost their lives, pets, and homes. Stream Energy corporate responsibility is centered on taking care of the community. The introduction of the Stream Cares Foundation was based on the need to formalize the philanthropic activities of the group. For over ten years, the organization has engaged in philanthropic activities both in Texas and other parts of the country.
Activities of the Stream Cares Foundation
The philanthropic organization mainly seeks to empower local organizations and communities. It helps the needy persons in the community. The launching of a distinctive philanthropy arm is a new trend in the organization and comes with dual advantages. While the organization gets a platform to give to the community, it also attains both loyalty and respect of the potential clients. It helps deal with cases of profit falls, scandals and other undesirable events. In the USA, the corporate sector is viewed as being generous and offered more than $ 19 billion to different charities.
In the case of the Dallas-based Satre, it has created long-term relationships with Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity and other charities. Stream Energy employs direct energy sales which helps create a loyal client base. It also offers both corporate and residential services at discounted rates. The discounted clean energy is offered to virtual doctors and telemedicine. One of the elements that the organization cares about is homelessness. Both the employees and the organization track down individuals who are homeless in the region. Through the introduction of the Hope Supply co. the organization offers clothing, diapers, school supplies and other commodities to homeless children. During the Texas Tornado in 2016, Stream Energy spring into action and helped many individuals. The group worked with the Stream Energy Associates, Salvation Army, and other groups. Other than taking part in charitable events, the organization offers financial aids to different initiatives.