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Stream Energy and its Involvement in Charity Works

After the hurricane hit the United States of America, many companies in the country helplessly watched people losing their lives and their properties destroyed. However, one company based in Dallas by the name Stream Energy became the first to stand and work towards the recovery, hence reducing the financial burden that their customers had been loaded with. Stream Energy, is basically a direct selling company. Recently the company has launched its own charity foundation buy the name Stream Care. The foundation is expected to spread charity work all over the country. Charity is not something new with Stream Energy as they have been engaging in search activities for over 12 years.

 

The Stream Care foundation is targeting to offer their help to the needy through offering their support to the local charities and the entire community. It is a relatively new phenomenon for a business or a corporation to have such a separate philanthropy arm. This is advantageous to the corporation because as it gives back to its immediate community, the corporation in turn earn respect and loyalty from its clients and also the public. This is so because corporate giving is highly profiled and largely publicized.

 

 

Through energy selling, Stream Energy is able to pay its associates who in turn come up with loyal clients and deliver diverse products and services. The company offers corporate and residential services like telemedicine, discounted clean energy and virtual doctor. The company cares more on people who are homeless. This has prompted the company to track and find out how many people are homeless in Dallas on a routine basis.

 

Stream Energy partners with the Hope Supply Co. which on routine basis provide clothes, diapers and school supplies among many other things to the homeless children. This company has been in partnership with Hope Supply for more than 4 years. Stream has showed continuous involvement in working towards charity, clearly proved by their resent response to helping those who fall as victims of the tornado in Texas 2 years ago. They worked tirelessly in collaboration with the Salvation Army to raise money for those who lost their homes.

 

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