When a tornado hit North Texas in 2016, it left in its wake a lot of destruction, rendering people hopeless and destroying other properties worth millions if not billions of shillings. The community was shaken by this event and was it not for the quick response by the relevant authorities as well as other well-wishers the human suffering would have been more. This was especially so as it happened a day after Christmas when families were home trying to enjoy the holidays and have a good time. One of the first to respond was Stream’s rapid response which worked hand in hand with the salvation army, and they were able to raise thousands of dollars to aid those who had been affected. Kimberly Girard, one of the prominent faces associated with Stream energy charitable activities and now stream’s event manager, helping people comes naturally to the company.
One of the things that stream energy realized early was that there was a need to separate its business sie from its philanthropic side. This separation would enable the business side focus on what it does best, i.e., selling energy directly with thousands of independent associates across the country. While the philanthropy side of stream energy would focus all its energy on helping others either from the resources it has earned through its business wing or in other cases by corroborating with others to raise funds for those affected such as during the North Texas case.
They have been keen on promoting the welfare of Texas residents. This has been seen even during times when there is no crisis. One such example was during the American Doll Experience. During this event Stream through its subsidiary covered the entire cost for ten military daughters who dined and had a good time at the American Girl Café. This would help them enjoy the day as much as any other child from a well to do family.
Stream energy today offers various options for its energy plans. These plans include the Stream budget power plan, a plan that allows consumers to enjoy a low monthly payment.