Stream Energy Cares About Their Community

Stream Energy has proven that they are a company that genuinely cares about people and they did not hesitate to jump in and help when Hurricane Harvey hit and devastated the lives of countless people. The Stream Cares Foundation has partnered with Hope Supply Company Co. in order to bring relief to American families who lost their homes, their belongings, pets, and their lives.

Stream Energy has used money that they earned form energy sales in order to help fund many good causes. Stream Cares is a foundation that helps those in need through local charities as well as supports communities. Stream Energy is a corporation that gives back and has given a large part of their profit to make a difference in the lives of those who desperately needed a hand up.

Stream Energy is based out of Dallas and has built relationships with the Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity and has been able to do a lot of good through their partnerships. Through direct selling, Stream is able to pay associates to create a network of clients and deliver products and services. Associates earn a commission and can choose which causes to support. They are particularly concerned about the growing homeless problem in the Dallas area and are working with Hope Supply Co. to provide diapers, school supplies, and clothing to homeless children.

Stream was there after the tornado of 2016 hit and did not hesitate to spring into action. They worked with the Salvation Army to raise thousands of dollars to help those in need in North Texas who lost everything.

Stream has also provided support through Operation Once in a Lifetime which helps to serve veterans in the Dallas area as well as their families. Stream donated transportation to military veterans and their families to a special December lunch and co-hosted the American Girl Doll Experience for ten

daughters of military members.

Stream Energy is all about transforming the lives of others, and they understand that not everyone has what they need and sometimes they need a little help to get back on their feet.