If there is one firm in the Dallas, Texas area that has been extremely generous when it comes to assisting people with natural calamities or social issues, it is Stream Energy. The company has been a perfect example of how workplaces in the Dallas area has something more than just job creation to the community. One of the generous efforts of Stream Energy was during the Texas tornado back in 2016. It was one of the most devastating times in the history of the great state of Texas and the worst part is that it occurred a day after Christmas when people were busy creating fun memories with their friends and family.
The associates at Stream Energy worked tirelessly with the salvation army and were instrumental in raising thousands of dollars in order to provide financial assistance to the victims. And Stream Energy matched the donations brought in by their associates which resulted in increasing the amount to two-fold. Besides this, Stream Energy has also been very generous towards the veterans in the Dallas area and provide them with both moral and financial support. The organization was quite impressive in their efforts to help the less fortunate veteran families by providing them with transportation costs so that they could enjoy an unforgettable lunch with their loved ones at an upscale restaurant in Texas. The next day, the organization also gave assistance of ten daughters of military personnel.
These are some of the many amazing approaches that the company has been involved in for a long time now which has helped them to garner an unmatchable reputation and loyalty among its members and business partners. It is true for a fact that whenever corporate America makes public donations, it is always in some form of the limelight and Stream Energy as an organization has done a great job to maintain that in a positive way. They have proven how companies could still be profitable by spending tremendous amounts of money into generous causes. It certainly reflects the company’s culture from the top hierarchy all the way up to the new entrants who just started their career.