Stream Energy: Helping Hurricane Victims and Other Philanthropic Activities
More companies in the United States are launching their philanthropic arms to help those who are in need. One of the most recent examples would be the launching of Stream Cares by Stream Energy, a Dallas-based energy producing company that has been serving states on the eastern coast.
One of the reasons why there is an increase in the number of philanthropic efforts from companies is because of the prevalence of natural disasters. The United States is being hit by strong hurricanes multiple times per year, and these disasters are causing a lot of damage and loss of life. The issue with climate change has also highlighted the power of 21st-century hurricanes, and they are eerily stronger than the older counterparts. Scientists are saying that these hurricanes will keep on becoming stronger, and humans would need to learn how to adapt against these disasters. Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy are some of the most disastrous hurricanes to hit the United States. When Hurricane Harvey hit the state of Texas and left billions of dollars in damages, Stream Cares is one of the first organizations to help the victims who have affected by the storm. They staged recovery and rescue efforts, and they also have extended assistance to those who are having financial burdens. Another philanthropic activities spearheaded by the company was the partnership with Hope Supply Co. to address the problem of homelessness in Dallas.
Aside from participating in a lot of philanthropic activities, Stream Energy is also serious in expanding their operations in other states. Delaware is the newest state in the list of areas that the company services and the local population welcomed the addition of Stream Energy as one of their providers. The states in the Northeastern United States have been experiencing energy shortage, and they stated that the energy which will be provided by Stream Energy would help thousands of households across the region to harness affordable and reliable power. The chief executive officer of Stream Energy, Larry Mondry, stated that they are still planning to include more states in the areas that they serve, and they are looking for potential candidates.