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Stream Energy’s Many Philanthropy Efforts

Stream Energy is a provider of energy, wireless, protective and home services. Stream Energy provides electric and gas services in seven states and Washington D.C. All other services are available nationwide. Stream Energy not only provides useful services across the nation, they are also committed to giving back to the community as corporate philanthropy is part of the company’s DNA. In early 2018 when Hurricane Harvey devastated many communities in the Houston area, Stream Energy’s Stream Cares program selflessly used money earned from its energy sales to be one of the first companies to fund the recovery and ease the financial burden of its own customers. This effort earned Stream Energy to be featured on Patch.com. Stream Energy doesn’t only give back to the community during emergencies like natural disasters. They are affiliated with many organizations like Habitat for Humanity and the Red Cross. Stream is also deeply invested in homelessness in the Dallas area keeping a close eye on homeless rates. Stream partnered with Hope Supply Co. to provide entrance and meal costs for over 1,000 North Texas homeless children at the annual Splash for Hope. The Splash for Hope event brings homeless children away from the stresses of life to a local water park and provides them with fun for the day. Partnered with Hawaiian Falls Water Park Stream is able to give each child a pair of flip-flops, a hat, and a nice picnic lunch. Stream has worked with Hope Supply Co. for more than four years. Stream has proven to be a selfless company devoted to giving back and empowering the community. Playing a distinct role in the Dallas and Texas area by combining associate passion, corporate generosity, and a devotion to help those around them. Stream doesn’t just provide customers with affordable electricity and connected life services. They also provide hope to those in need.

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