Stream Energy is a company that provides energy and protective services to its customers and was founded in the year 2005. Stream Energy has grown, and it now functions in close to 7 states including New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Georgia. This company is a force to be reckoned with and has been making a lot of energy sales since its founding.
Dallas Patch Feature
Stream Energy was featured on the Dallas Patch for their new addition that is the Stream Care Center. Stream Energy formed the Stream Care Center to provide relief to individuals that needed aid at times of hardships and natural disasters. For instance, when Hurricane Harvey hit Houston, many people were left homeless. Stream Care came to their rescue and provided them with food, clothing, and shelter. Stream Care also provided financial aids to the people of Houston affected by the hurricane to help them get back on their feet. Stream Care has been involved in many other philanthropic efforts over the years thus, the recognition on Dallas Patch. The foundation aims at making the world a better place by being of help at any time. Stream Care was featured on Dallas Patch on March 5th, 2018.
Stream Care Philanthropic efforts
Stream energy is involved in a lot of charitable efforts around the globe that aim at eradicating poverty and generally improving the living standards of people. The Stream Care is solely responsible for this as mentioned earlier and they offer emergency assistance to people. Some of the philanthropic efforts that they have been involved with include:
- Stream Care works with the Habitat for Humanity foundation that strives to provide affordable homes to individuals. These two provide free labor for the building and repairing of homes, and they also offer cheap mortgages for the ones that they build.
- Back in 2016 when North Texas was hit by a tornado, Stream Care and the Salvation Army joined hands to help the millions of people that were rendered homeless and helpless. The initiative raised enough money to provide food, shelter, and clothing to these people.