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Stream Energy’s Vision Involves Charity

Patch recently featured an article on Stream Energy over the last few months. Of course, Stream Energy is interesting; they use a very unusual advertisement and sales platform. But, the Patch article wasn’t about the intricacies of Stream’s business model, instead, the article was about Stream Energy’s work in the charity field. Now, Stream Energy knows charity, the company lives and breathes it. Of course, there are many reasons that companies do this. Sometimes it’s to increase brand loyalty and overall company image and other times it’s to future-proof the company against turmoil. Stream, however, seems to have charity engrained into its DNA. The company is so active, it seems difficult to believe that its all of brand recognition.

Stream Energy has deep roots with some of the most famous charities on the planets, such as Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity. The company is also active with some other famous charities or charitable groups such as Hope. Hope Supply Co and Stream recently partnered to pay for meals for thousands of homeless children and purchase them supplies. Beyond, this Stream has been consistently noted for donating to causes related to homelessness.

Stream also seems to have a close bond with charities relating to veterans. Recently, Stream paid for the meals and transportation of veterans and their families to eat at a nice steak restaurant in Dallas. The next day, Stream took the children of veterans and gave them the “American Doll” experience. The children were taken to the American Girl Cafe to eat. They also got to choose an American Girl doll to top it all off.

Stream was featured in the Patch article for their work during Hurricane Harvey. Stream was one of the first companies to respond to the damage and was deeply integrated into the recovery efforts post-Harvey. Which isn’t surprising, because Stream was also active in the tornadoes that hit the Dallas area a year ago. It’s hard to say that Stream is simply donating to increase their profile. As you can see, the company has been active in every inch of charity in the Dallas area for years. Stream really does seem to have charity as a core component of their companies vision.

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