Who is Stream Energy and What is Stream Cares?

Stream Energy knows that giving back to the community and helping others is rewarding in many ways. This is why they recently announced that they had developed a new philanthropic foundation called Stream Cares. Let’s take a more in-depth look at the company, this new foundation Stream Cares, and their previous philanthropy efforts.

Who is Stream Energy?

Stream Energy is a direct sales energy company whose employees work for commissions from sales. The company was founded in 2005 with headquarters in Dallas, Texas. Since their inception, the company has generated more than in $8 billion in revenue. The company currently offers not just energy services but also wireless, home, and protective services aimed at customers with on the go lifestyles. The services offered by the company are available not only in Texas but also Illinois, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Georgia, and Washington D.C.

What is Stream Cares?

Stream Cares is a philanthropic foundation created by the team at Stream Energy. Through Stream Cares the company and their employees hope to bring a change and help families not just in Texas but across the United States in the years to come. Stream Cares is a natural addition to the existing philanthropic nature of the company and its employees.

Previous Philanthropic Efforts

The philanthropic and charitable deeds by those at Stream Energy to date have included but are not limited to the following.

  • Through the organization known as the Hope Supply Co they have helped homeless children and families in northern Texas.
  • After several tornadoes devastated communities in the area they worked with the Salvation Army to raise thousands of dollars to help the recovery efforts.
  • They co-hosted an experience for young girls in veteran households called the American Girl Doll Experience. The company covered the costs of dolls and lunch for ten girls at the American Girl Cafe.

https://www.uschamberfoundation.org/organization/stream-energy

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