Hope Supply Company and Stream Energy just collaborated on a successful community event for homeless children in Dallas, Texas. The event was called Splash for Hope, and through Stream Energy’s generosity the cost of entry and meal service for over 1000 kids were covered. The event is the latest effort in Stream Energy’s four year partnership with Hope Supply to help homeless children in Texas. Stream is a huge advocate for the fight against homelessness, and their charitable efforts in that regard have helped countless families.
Stream Energy is a direct-energy seller that offer alternative gas and energy services to seven states in the U.S. Founded in 2005 the company has grown into a major business, branching out into other venues like mobile service and home security. Stream is also a facilitator of corporate philanthropy. Charity is a part of Stream’s business model, something that every executive and contractor takes part in, and something that even has a life of its own.
Stream Cares is an organization existing within Steam Energy to handle its philanthropic pursuits. The organization handles the allocation of funds to charitable organizations and works to build the relationships Stream has with charities like Hope Supply Company, Red Cross, and Habitat for Humanity. In addition to its philanthropy the direct-energy seller also supports its community. It offered major aid for both Hurricane Harvey and the tornados that ripped through Dallas neighborhoods.
Stream does not just finance charity it also takes part in it. Stream’s associates and executives volunteer for events, provide outreach to the community, and provide hands-on assistance to the community. They have handled transportation to events, financed food, clothing, and paid for entrances fees. Stream also gives back to Dallas itself, working to increase the quality of life for its home city. Stream believes that any type of success that is enjoyed is worth sharing, and it will never stop sharing its success with those responsible for it.