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Stream Energy Charities


The Dallas based utility company Stream Energy has recently developed a new charitable organization called the Stream Cares Foundation. Some of the more recent philanthropic endeavors include assisting with the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. They also partnered with Hope Supply Company to help fight homelessness in the city of Dallas.

Hurricane Harvey devastated the Dallas area with almost 60 inches of rain. Stream Energy, a local business, used in own personal profits to aid in recovery efforts. It was one of the first businesses to respond financially to the effort. Stream Care, their philanthropic organization, is helping to get the community back on track. It is very advantageous for a company like Stream Energy to create a seperate philanthropic organization because it not only allows them to help out the local community but also attract new possible clients with generous acts of kindness. It can also be positive publicity for a business in a current news climate that is overwhelmingly negative. Corporate giving has been on the rise in recent years, so in many ways it is a given for a company that is large enough. Leadership and employees of Stream also lended a hand to long time partners the Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity in the relief effort.

One of the major humanitarian issues that greatly impacts Stream Energy employees is homelessness. Homelessness in Dallas has increased 24% which really drove the company to make an impact on this issue. They have partnered with the Hope Supply Company, which focuses on homelessness in children, on many worthwhile projects. One in particular Stream supplied 1000 meals to children who attended the annual Splash For Hope event.

 

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Help us congratulate Ronnie and Laura Millen, our newest Executive Directors! Ronnie and Laura Millen! Ronnie, head football coach and educator, originally wanted to join Stream because he had his heart set on retiring (which he did!) and building enough income to take care of his family and travel with his wife Laura. Today, they’re pursuing a long-term goal of building a massive, active team and helping as many people as possible make their dreams come true. In turn, Ronnie and Laura will achieve their own dreams. • • • As with any business, results may vary. In 2017, the average Associate earned $178.07 while Engaged Associates earned $1,139. To learn more about “average” versus “engaged” Associates, please visit www.MyStream.com/incomedisclosure.

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Stream Energy has also helped out with many other natural disaster events that took place across Texas. The also enjoy meeting the people they serve. Instead of just donating monitaries to different causes Stream also donates food, transportation, time, and manpower to many efforts across Dallas and texas.

https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20171205005370/en/Stream-Brings-Energy-Services-Delaware

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