The Layered Philanthropic Gradient of Stream Energy

The primary objective of Stream Energy is to explore oil and gas. The company is actively involved in direct selling of oil, gas and energy products with high levels of profitability. Well, there is a new trend where companies are involved in corporate social responsibility calls subconsciously. Steam energy has been no exemption.

This exploration company just unveiled the Stream Cares Foundation which is a charity function of the company. This will provide the course for the company to follow in dispensing its philanthropic, environmental and humanitarian aid through the United States. Being mindful of the people around Stream Energy is an ingrained DNA in the company. Nevertheless, it has not been spelled out despite the company being responsive to charity calls.

Stream Energy, in conjunction with Hope Supply Co. among other organization, were quick to give immediate response and relief to the victims of the Hurricane Harvey. This is a natural catastrophic event that destroys properties, lives were lost and many rendered homeless. The Stream Cares promptly got on site to help in building the victim’s lives altogether again. They also provided basic needs such as food, clothing and temporary shelter as they embarked on building new structures. It’s not the only community-based project, and the foundation they have supported. It has supported grassroots projects, is a party to Habitat for Humanity and Red Cross and has a new project dubbed Stream Green aimed at environmental conservation and preservation.

About Stream Energy

It is an energy-based company that employs the multi-level marketing business model of direct selling through associates. It essentially means that it offers unlimited job and growth opportunities to all who would want to become part of the independent distributors. The offers have competitive commissions, benefits, and incentives.

Stream Energy was founded in 2005 by Pierre Koshakji and Rob Snyder with the head offices based in Dallas, Texas. It was among the first privately held companies to be allowed to provide energy services to the populace; igniting up the city. Mark Bouncer Schiro is the company’s Chief Executive Officer who has continued to grow and expand this enterprise since he was appointed to the position.

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