Corporate responsibility is a crucial component when it comes to making the world a better place. Corporate responsibility ensures that there is sustainable development. This sustainable development helps in reducing the ever-increasing gap between the rich and the poor. Profits obtained from the corporates are used to improve the lives of the less privileged in the society. Stream Energy has just been doing that in Dallas, Texas and beyond.
Stream Energy is a company that has been providing energy, protective, and wireless services to residential and commercial consumers. Under the leadership of its founders, Rob Snyder and Pierre Koshakji, the company has been experiencing exponential growth. The company has diversified into other ventures shifting from its earlier role of just providing energy. In line with this expansion and diversification, the company has been able to raise up to $8 million in revenue.
Based on these positive results, Stream Energy sets aside part of the earnings to help the less fortunate in the society. The corporate leadership and its employees are on the driving seat on encouraging giving. The company has been fostering the culture that it is in giving that we receive. True to this philosophy, when a company gives out, it benefits by gaining goodwill from the public while the recipients benefit from the resources.
One of the issues that is at the heart of Stream Energy philanthropic activities is the homeless children. For the last 13 years, that the company has been in existence, Stream has been committed to improving the welfare of these children. In conjunction with Dallas-based Hope Supply Co., Stream has been sponsoring over 1000 children to attend the annual Splash for Hope event, in local water parks. In these local events, they donate foods and supplies.
Stream Energy has also been teaming up with re-known humanitarian organizations. In 2016, they teamed up with the Salvation Army and helped victims of a tornado that had hit North Texas. The management and the employees of Stream were among the first responders. They made grass root mobilizations to raise funds. Stream has also cultivated a strong relationship with renown organizations such as the Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity.