Houston residents did not know that 2018 was going to be characterized by storms. The people were going through their normal routines when Hurricane Harvey started; dropping over fifty-six inches of storms in Dallas and many other regions. Thousands of people were affected by the storm in a way or the other. Lives were lost and properties destroyed. Getting back the city to the normal state was the next thing to do. There was so much to do, but the people did not have the resources needed to accomplish all of the things.
Stream Energy, a company that has its roots in Dallas, took up the challenge help where possible. The institution has been earning so many profits in the recent times, and this is why it has contributed a huge sum of money to help the residents. The donation will not be issued like the others done in the future. Stream Energy believes that philanthropy is one of the foundations it laid when it was starting. This is why it has established Stream Cares to take care of the donations that will be offered to Texas and other parts of the nation. This is not the first time the Dallas based company will be giving out its donations. The company has donated in the past, but it will not be formalizing its operations through Stream Cares.
Stream Cares Foundation has been established at a time where the people in Houston are in need. The institution will start by helping the needy cases in the society and other local charities in the area. Stream Energy came to this conclusion after it realized that there was so much to handle in the community, and a separate arm of the company could accomplish the responsibilities better. Stream Cares Foundation will be managed by individuals who are experienced in managing public funds so that more beneficiaries will be reached. Stream Energy will also ensure that vulnerable members of the community will be assisted by the foundation. The donations that will be used by the charity foundation will be coming from the company and any other organization that is interested in changing the lives of the needy.