Stream Energy’s Philanthropic Activities in the United States

Stream Energy is an energy selling company and offers protective, wireless, Virtual MD, digital voice solutions and other home services to its customers. The company has generated more than $8 billion in revenue since its innovation in 2005. Besides Texas, the company is available in Georgia, Illinois, Delaware, New York, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Washington D.C. Stream Energy believes that philanthropy is part of its daily agenda and in line with that initiative, the company launched Stream Cares as a vehicle to deliver its charities to the community. The company has engaged with the Texas community for the last twelve years.

When Hurricane Harvey swept through Houston and its environs, many companies watched in disbelief as the floods damaged property and killed many Americans. However, Stream Energy acted fast in assisting the affected communities by providing relief and other humanitarian services. In Dallas, Stream Cares collaborated with Hope Supply Co. to sponsor over a thousand homeless children free entrance and meals to an annual splash for Hope. The occasion saw the children leave the event with gifts money from Stream Energy employees. Hope Supply Co. has supported the homeless with diapers, school equipment, and clothing for over more than four years in conjunction with Stream Cares Foundation.

In 2016, Stream Cares assisted tornado victims from Northern Texas on Boxing Day. Stream Energy together with its employees acted swiftly to help the victims. The company involved its over 200,000 associates and Salvation Army to raise money for the victims who lost their businesses and homes. The initiative raised thousands of dollars, and the company contributed double the contribution of each associate. The company hosted veteran Dallas former military veterans and their families in an event dubbed Operation Once in a Lifetime. The event’s participants enjoyed free transport and a special meal of steaks, burgers, and ribs at a top Texas restaurant. Ten daughters of military employees took part the following day in a fully paid event called American Girl Doll Experience co-hosted by Stream Cares. The participants enjoyed lunch at the American Girl Cafe, and they each selected an American Girl doll.

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