Stream Cares: Giving Back is in Their DNA

When tragedy strikes in Texas and around the country, Stream Energy is consistently one of the first on the scene. The act of giving and corporate passion for those hit with circumstances beyond their control starts at the top.

“Operation Once in a Lifetime” was a magnificent triumph carried out by Stream Cares. Dallas Veterans and their families were treated to a lunch of ribs, burgers, steaks with all the fixins. Steam Cares paid for the transportation of the families to the occasion. Stream Energy endeavors to be involved, not just write a check.

The next day “American Girl Doll Experience.” was hosted by Stream. Ten daughters of military families were given an American Girl doll. Later they all had lunch at the American Girl Café with Stream Cares paying for the event.

Stream Energy is a highly successful, direct to consumer energy company. Fundamental beliefs at the business are employee participation for the underprivileged of the community. Stream Energy has built meaningful relationships with Habitat for Humanity and the Red Cross. Both management and workers fuel a grassroots effort to give back to the communities.

Stream Cares is profoundly concerned with the rising homeless population in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metro area. Employees at Stream routinely check the number of displaced citizens in Dallas. An alarming twenty four percent increase in the number of people adrift is a powerful catalyst for giving.

Hope Supply Company and Stream Cares have partnered to help tackle the problem of homelessness. “Splash for Hope” delivered an experience of a lifetime. Employees of Stream and their associates purchased meal costs for over a thousand homeless children. The event, held at a local water park, allowed all those concerned to contribute money and supplies. Hope Supply consistently provides the necessities of life to the homeless in the Dallas area. Stream Energy has worked with this exceptional company for over four years.

Stream Cares routinely responds to devastating tragedies that strike Texas. Stream was one of the first to fund recovery efforts after Hurricane Harvey hit in August of 2017. Again, Stream Cares was on the scene, helping in the aftermath of destructive tornadoes in 2016.

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