Hurricane Harvey is one of the strongest and most monumental disasters that has happened in Dallas, Texas. It is certainly a force of nature that cannot be averted and it has caused so much destruction, damage and casualties that should be foreseen when facing a natural calamity like Hurricane Harvey. Hurricane Harvey has left a lot of families, individuals and pets with almost nothing to work with, they are left without a home, and some family members arose from the disaster with an incomplete family. In times of disaster, and in times where the community is left in a depressive state – it is certainly the time wherein camaraderie, the idea of community, and humanity should arise. It is a time where we have to forget our differences and we have to clump together and use collective action to be able to help each other. It is a time where individuals and companies who have platforms to help should help, people with strong influence should put their power to good use and companies or individuals who can shell out financial help should contribute.
One company that has rose to the situation and has initiated helping the community of Dallas post-Hurricane Harvey is Stream Cares. Stream Cares is a branch of Stream Energy that was solely focused on helping the community of Dallas in alleviating homelessness, feeding the hungry and clothing the people who had none to protect from the environment.
Stream Energy has always been a company that had their philanthropy as one of their core thrusts – but they created Stream Cares to be a solid and tangible company that is only dedicated into helping others. Stream Cares used the money that was earned by the very successful business of Stream Energy to fund the recovery and the alleviation of the victims form Hurricane Harvey. Stream Energy via Stream Cares also personally checked on their clients and customers and has selflessly offered financial help to help them ease the burden. Stream Energy basically helped those people who have helped them as well, and they extended their help even more to the community of Dallas.