Stream Energy is an organization that supplies energy to its clientele. The company which was formed in 2005 now has operations in seven states such as Pennsylvania and Georgia. Stream Energy is a force to be reckoned with in the energy industry.
Stream Care on Dallas Patch
Stream Care was recently featured on Dallas Patch as one of the top philanthropic foundations that provide emergency assistance, relief and aid to people in need. They were featured on the fifth of March, 2018. Stream Care Center is a foundation that was formed by Stream Energy as an effort to give back to the society since the company is racking millions. Stream Care was among the first to come to the rescue of the people affected by Hurricane Harvey that happened in Houston, Texas. They were the ones who funded the recovery effort as well as provide finance to the people that were rendered homeless by the hurricane.
Stream Care Center has a partnership with the Home Supply Company to help the homeless individuals in the Dallas region. The Home Supply Company is an initiative that was formed to get rid of poverty in the Dallas area by providing homeless people with homes and other secondary needs such as education. Stream Care also helps Home Supply Company with financial assistance by providing food and other basic needs. Stream Care continues to partake in philanthropic efforts as they believe in social responsibility.
Other Philanthropic efforts
Stream Energy is a company that earns a lot of money which they give back to society by partnering with major charity organizations. Through these partnerships, they can help individuals faced with natural disasters. Some of the organizations that Stream Energy has partnered with include:
- Salvation Army: they partnered with them in 2016 to help the people that were affected by the tornado that hit North Texas. These two were able to raise enough money to provide shelter, food and clothing to the people affected.
- Red Cross: they partnered with them to provide relief food and first aid services in cases of emergencies.