Houston Texas woke up to one of the worst natural disasters of the year. And this came in the form of hurricane Harvey. The storm quickly overcame the city dumping 56 inches of rain. The rapid accumulation of rainwater quickly overcame the area’s ability to train. Leading to the streets filling up with water. Many homes were also overcome by the waterfall from the sky. Citizens of Houston Texas were trapped in their houses struggling to survive. This disaster came as a huge shock to all those who were affected by it. Many people were at a loss for words. This loss for an idea of what to say was paired with a feeling of not knowing what to do. Many individuals who had boats quickly took to the water to help out those in need. This bravery and altruism led to thousands being helped. This quick thinking on the part of the citizenry help support the efforts of government relief agencies that were quickly overwhelmed with the task of evacuating the flooded city.
Another instance of individuals or groups of people doing what they can to help in the event of the tragedy can be found in the efforts of stream energy. Stream energy is a direct sales energy company based in Dallas Texas. The company focuses on direct energy selling by incentivizing associates to build long-term relationships with loyal clients. The company offers varied products that range from residential services to corporate services.
Stream energy has created a branch dedicated to humanitarian efforts. Stream energy has established a long-term relationship with charities such as Habitat for Humanity and the Red Cross. This branch not only help to the citizenry of Houston Texas after the devastation associated with hurricane Harvey it also helps alleviate homelessness in the state. They do this by primarily aiding homeless children. Their charity gives basic necessities to those in need. It also believes in helping beyond the basic necessities. In this form, they help to create joy in a child’s life. They publish this by taking homeless children to water parks for the first time allowing them a day to just play without concern.