The world of business has become so intense that few companies ever stop to think about the welfare of people from whom they derive their existence. The situation is made worse when there is a disaster and then the high flying multinationals look on as communities suffer under the wrath of Mother Nature, even when there is something they can do. It looks like someone has been studying the trend and decided to do something about it. That someone is Stream Energy.
Stream Cares Foundation
The company has recently drawn the attention of many well-wishers and humans of good intention and mercy from across the globe. The recent disaster that struck several parts of the US but affected Texas the most was a turning point for many people. People lost their lives, property and more. There was hardly a helping hand nearby; as residents of Houston looked on in desperation as the floods and the wind wreaked havoc. Stream energy is one of the few organizations that intervened in the lives of the survivors of Hurricane Harvey and gave back some hope to communities. While Stream Energy specializes in the sale of direct energy as a private company business, it has set up a robust philanthropic wing that has been in operation for a significant period now. Stream Energy has pursued philanthropic activities for over a dozen years. Through its efforts to put up shelters for the residents of Houston Texas, Stream Energy has earned lots of respect from its clients and the residents of the area in general. The company has provided a lot of support to government efforts to mitigate the effects of the disaster.
Stream Energy has devised a plan to give back to the community even more than it has done in the past. While corporate social responsibility is a common fashion to many organizations, Stream engages philanthropic pursuits for strategic business reasons and what it says is a way to grow trust among its clients. The management says that charity work is important, that it provides the much-needed buffer during hard economic times in the company.