How Stream Energy helps others

Recently Patch.com wrote an article about Stream Energy, Stream Cares Foundation. In this article it talks about how Stream Cares Foundations helped after Hurricane Harvey devastated South Texas and other efforts.

For more than an 12 years Stream has been very actively involved with corporate Philanthropy, but recently they finalized that by creating their charitable organization, Stream Cares Foundation. Stream Cares Foundation works not only all over Texas but the entire county to help those in need. Over the years Stream Energy, corporate leaders, and employees have built a relationship with the American Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity, as well as grassroots giving.

Stream Energy has played a major role in helping out the homeless in North Texas. They have achieved this by partnering up with Hope Supply Co. Stream and their associates paid for more than 1,000 for entrances and meals at the annual Splash for hope event. During this event homeless children get to go to a water park for the day. On the regular Hope Supply Co. also hands out things such as school supplies and diapers to homeless children for more than the last four years.

As well as helping out the homeless Stream also works with veterans and their families. Teaming up with Operation Once in a Lifetime, Stream Energy has been there to provide financial and moral support. But instead of just handing over a cash to these families they also have done things such as donating transportation to struggling military veterans.

Stream Energy has also co hosted a American Girl Doll event where ten children of military members each got to pick a American Girl Doll and have lunch and the American Girl Cafe for free.

Lastly Patch.com mentioned that as a whole Texas is not considered a very generous state, but with the work that Stream Energy, their associates, and their employees put in is changing that for the better.

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