According to an article in Patch.com, there is actually some caring companies in the world that the country can find, and one is found right in Dallas, Texas. Stream Energy has been a philanthropist for the state of Texas in many different categories. Stream Energy created quite a few organizations for charity. One is “Stream Cares.“ This was founded during the horrible tragedy of Hurricane Harvey which put the majority of Houston and many cities completely under water after dumping an outstanding 56″ of rain. Many lost their homes, businesses, and pets. Some even lost their lives with the amount of water that overtook everything.
Stream Energy stepped up through their nonprofit charitable organization and helped out the community and also assisted with money problems from their own customers. There is known records that they not only helped out just Dallas and Texas but even in tragedies across the nation in whatever way they could help and they have done this for more than a decade.
The company has built long-term relationships with other charities such as “Habitat for Humanity” and “The Red Cross.” They have gotten together with the employees and leaders in management to try to end homelessness in Dallas. Through the statistics taken it was up 24% from recent years. Stream also started HOPE Supply Co in 1989. This charity group fed over 1000 of Northern Texas homeless kids at their yearly benefit. Along with that, there is the Annual Splash for HOPE whereas the employees and leaders bring the kids to the nearest water park. They also donate money, supplies, meals, diapers for babies, clothes, and school supplies for kids.
In 2016, Texas saw massive tornados the day after Christmas and Stream Energy worked with the Salvation Army to assist those in need that lost homes and businesses. The last-mentioned charity is called “American Girl Doll.” This organization is geared toward 10 daughters of the military soldiers. They choose 10 young girls to receive an American Girl Doll and they are treated to a lunch at The American Girl Cafe all expenses paid.