Energy With Stream

Hurricane Harvey devastated much of the United States. One area that was hit hard was Houston, Texas. People were trying to scrape up money from anywhere they could find to fund the recovery and start building back their community. One company called Stream Energy took some money they had made from their energy sales to jump start the recovery efforts, and help their customers lose some stress during the financially hard time.

Stream Energy launched a charity foundation not too long ago that they call “Stream Cares”. They take the money they use from energy sales and use it to help their customers during hard times like the event of Hurricane Harvey. This tactic not only helps out the customers, but it helps out Stream themselves by showing the customers that they care about their well being. They gain more customers by doing this. Stream is known for creating long-term relationships with other charity groups such as the Red Cross. They join up with Habitat for Humanity and the Red Cross during times like Hurricane Harvey to do everything they can to help people out.

The business model that Stream Energy works by is simple. They use direct sale to get clients, their workers get paid through commission of sales, the more they sale the more they make. They build relationships with their clients to keep sales coming in. The extra money they make is then used to help community members. Stream cares about more than just their customers though. One big thing they help out with is homelessness. They take time to deliver meals, clothes, and so much more to help out those that are homeless.

Stream Energy is not only a hardworking energy company, they are a community friend. They work extra hard to make sure that no one in the community is left behind. They want to set a shining example of how we should help out others instead of judging their situation. They want to do good for themselves and for the world.

https://www.uschamberfoundation.org/organization/stream-energy