One of the kindest things you can do in your life is to give help to a stranger. Extending a hand to your fellow man to lift him or her out of a difficult circumstance is shows a level of compassion that restores our faith in humanity. The smile that you get from someone after they have received a helping hand will warm your heart in ways that you cannot even imagine. These are part of the thoughts that inspired Stream Energy to begin their project: Stream Cares.
You and I will think of large corporations as money-grubbing entities that think of nothing but their bottom lines. They can care less about the people that spend their hard-earned money with them by buying their products and services. Large corporations only seem to value the almighty dollar and not the people who work their entire lives to help build these giant organizations. When tough times fall upon regular people where are the big corporate monstrosities then?
Listen, you and I both know that when thinking of utility companies, we think of them draining our paychecks with the high costs of heating and cooling to keep our families warm in the winter and cool in the hot summers. We don’t think of them as caring individuals with families of their own. We don’t see them as compassionate human beings with cares and concerns about the families in their communities just like ours. Well my friend, let me share with you about the utility company Stream Energy, and their philanthropic generosity. Stream Energy will give you a new outlook on big corporate companies.
Stream Energy is a Dallas, TX-based utility company that created Stream Cares, a philanthropic component of the corporation which assists communities with natural disaster recovery efforts. The Patch, a news agency also in Dallas reports on Stream Energy’s generous support for the victims of Hurricane Harvey in the summer of 2017. The Patch reports that Stream Cares is directly from the DNA of Stream Energy corporation. For the company that just began its utility business in 2005, it’s more than just about giving money; it is also about giving heart and a helping hand to neighbors in need.