The company uses the direct selling approach to deliver various products and services. The business does more than sell energy; it also provides mobile phone plans, virtual doctors, and telemedicine.
Its associates build networks of happy, loyal customers, and they get commissions for their contribution. These associates are not employees; they are business owners and entrepreneurs.
They identify areas where they and the company can help and give support. The company’s top leadership and employees also participate in grassroots giving.
Homelessness in Dallas
Homelessness is one of the causes about which Stream Energy cares about deeply. The business and its employees continually gather information on the level of homelessness in Dallas, which has increased by a staggering 24 percent. The company partners with Hope Supply Co. to address this problem.
During Hope’s annual splash, Stream Energy and its passionate associates paid for entrance and meals for more than 1,000 homeless kids in North Texas. Over the last four years, Stream has joined hands with the charity to provide school supplies, diapers, and clothing for homeless kids.
The charity’s annual event gathers homeless children to a local water park, allowing Stream’s leadership and workers to show them kindness and generosity.
Meeting the People
Stream worked with Operation Once in a Lifetime last December to provide moral and financial support to veterans and their loved ones from the Dallas area. The company paid for transportation to less fortunate veterans and their families and treated them to a special lunch at a top Texas restaurant.
On the following day, Stream Energy helped to facilitate the American Girl Experience for ten girls of military members. The company later paid for lunch for each of the girls at the American girl café.
Stream Energy, its associates, corporate leadership, and employees do not view giving as an event; it is a way of life. In a state not known for philanthropy, Stream prominently stands out.