Stream Cares

There is a growing trend in corporate America. This trend is the realization that giving to charity can pay off in a business sense. Many companies are realizing that by donating more charity its helps people realize that they as a company care about their fellow humans. Supporting communities is also a good move in that it allows individuals to get assistance that they would otherwise be able to get. In realizing the financial benefits to the shrines many corporations are creating charitable arms of their businesses. These charitable branches are able to focus 100% of their attention on finding the best charity for their company’s money. By giving at this type of attention they are able to ensure that they are helping out the best calls available.

Stream energy was one is the first companies to realize the benefit of supporting their community. Stream energy created separate friends called stream cares. This branch focuses on helping out where they can. Stream energy believes that it is beneficial to give back. Stream cares focuses on many different projects. One of these projects that they are very proud of is their support of children in need. Stream cares focuses on providing assistance for homeless children. This assistance comes in the form of financial health as well as help with getting basic necessities. They also bring homeless children to a water park for the day. While this may sound shortsighted this generosity provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to its beneficiaries.

Another benefit of having a dedicated charitable arm of the business means that they are able to act quicker and more decisively. For instance, when hurricane Harvey devastated Houston Texas stream energy was able to act quickly. The company responded immediately to the needs of the citizens of Houston Texas. Floodwaters rose over night destroying many homes and trapping thousands in their homes. The devastation also has long-term effects on many people. It left more vulnerable individuals without home or source of income. This loss can easily put people in situations of homelessness for years after the initial disaster. Luckily organizations like stream cares were available to help people get back on their feet.

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