In the fall of last year, Hurricane Harvey pummeled the residents of southern Texas, in one of the worst storms to hit not only the region, but the country as well. The storm adversely affected many millions of people and more than a 130,000 homes in the area. It further caused in excess of $200 million in damages, making it the most costly storm in the history of the United States. Follow Stream Energy on twitter.com.
In the aftermath of the hurricane, Americans from all over the country generously helped the victims, with donations and their time. But one company is still helping them: Stream Energy, which is a leading provider of energy and home services that is headquartered in Dallas. The company initially donated $25,000 to the American Red Cross, and they also forgave late fees on recent energy bills.
But Stream Energy did not stop there.
The company relies on a direct sales network of independent associates to help promote and sell their home and wireless services. As these associates have helped the company become what it is today, the company made it its mission to help these people in their time of need. It has participated in a crowd funding campaign that was specifically created to help those associates affected the storm. They have done this by matching donations to the campaign of up to $25,000.
Stream Energy further helped collect funds on behalf of the Red Cross, and they have monitored relief operations as well. Despite the fact that the storm hit the Houston area, which is more than 200 miles from its Dallas operations, Stream Energy felt compelled to help, especially as many members of its extended corporate family live in the affected region.
Because of companies like Stream Energy, it is not a question of if southern Texas will recover and become what it once was. It is only a question of when. Visit Public Utility Commission of Texas website to know more about Stream Energy.