Recently, Stream Energy, a popular retail electricity provider, was featured on Patch.com. Patch is a community-specific news and information sharing platform that is popular in many states in the U.S. In the Article; Patch highlighted Stream Energy’s philanthropic works and devotion to making the society a better place. Specifically, the firm founded the Stream Care Foundation through which it carries out its charitable works.
The article goes on to highlight some of the projects the foundation has already done. One of them was coming to the aid of Dallas residents who were recently affected by Hurricane Harvey. When the hurricane hit, numerous people lost their homes, pets and even lives. During this time, Stream Cares Foundation stepped in to provide financial assistance and much more to ease the burden of recovery for their esteemed customers.
Another example is when Stream Cares partnered with the Hope Supply Company to take care of the homeless. They do this by organizing an event known as Splash for hope.
Through this event, many homeless children converge at a waterpark and the employees and executives can provide the children with an experience of a lifetime. Furthermore, they also give the underprivileged children financial aid, school supplies, diapers, clothing and much more.
A day after Christmas in 2016, a tornado struck the northern part of Texas and caused a lot of havoc. Many people were injured, property destroyed and lives lost. Stream Energy employees quickly swang into action to help the victims. Alongside, the Salvation Army, Stream Energy managed to raise thousands of dollars. The money was used in helping those who lost their homes and businesses.
Based in Dallas, Texas, United States of America, Stream Energy is a firm that provides energy, security, and home services to its clients. Some of the states that the firm operates in include New York, Georgia and Illinois. The company was founded in 2005 by Rob Synder and Pierre Koshajki. Ever since its inception, the firm has continued to grow immensely to make significant impacts on the people they serve.