Hurricane Harvey joins the list of some of the most atrocious natural disasters to hit southern Texas. Alongside affecting more than 135,000 homes as well as 13 million individuals, the storm left devastating impacts in the country. As such, companies and businesses have come forward to support these victims. One such company is Stream Energy.
Stream Energy upholds philanthropy and corporate social responsibility. The direct-selling energy company just launched a charity foundation called Stream Cares with the initiative to formalize its yearly philanthropic activities in the country.
Moreover, in September, the company made a formal announcement about its intention to indulge in a series of philanthropic activities to assist the community in healing and recovering the lost property. Some of the measures the company indulged in include donating money to the American Red Cross in addition to letting go of energy fines accumulating on client’s invoices.
Although Stream Energy has been supportive of philanthropy for decades, the case of Hurricane Harvey was different with the company striving to leverage charity through its business associates. Most fundamentally, the management rallied its partners to contribute to the project by donating money and other resources that would improve the lives of the victims.
Moreover, the company has remained dedicated to helping its community through direct selling. Alongside a business model that strongly depends on its candidates for financial support the company is now giving back to the same people who were affected. As such, its image is becoming admired for contributing to the development of the community.
Since independent associates earn bonuses, revenues and free services inclusive of free recovery packs, they are now receiving a helping hand from the same company they have been supporting for some time.
Regarding the storm, the company initiated a campaign to independently support victims through monetary contributions. The crowdfunding has since attracted associates from different parts of the country. Having stated its intention to donate the equivalent of $25,000, Stream Energy managed to match up to its responsibilities.
Over and above, Stream Energy, a company based in Dallas spreads its services across New York, Georgia, Washington D.C. and Pennsylvania. Their commitment to empowering people has since made it possible for investors to approach them for business. With its leaders, the company has received awards based on its philanthropic activities. Some of the awards include the Dallas Business Journal Award of the Year and the Direct Selling Association’s Code of Ethics Award.