Stream Energy has a philanthropic branch known as Stream Cares. This part of the Stream Energy organization has been put in place to help people in need. They have recently taken on many projects over the past few years. Hurricane Harvey victims are recent recipients of their generosity.
Hope Supply Co. is a North Texas non-profit organization that works to help needy children to procure clothing, school supplies, helpful programs, and toys (https://technewsspy.com/2017/11/08/stream-energy-dallas-texas/). The organization also schedules trips to Hawaii Falls which is a waterpark in the North Texas Area. Stream Energy and Hope Supply Co. have been working together for many years.
In the summertime, they put on an event known as Splash for Hope. This particular affair usually takes place in July and sometimes in August. Children from all over the Dallas area (and other surrounding communities) can attend this event. There are lots of activities, games, speakers and many great items that are donated to families.
Stream Cares not only partners with organizations such as Hope Supply Co. they also team up with the American Red Cross and other relief groups. The purpose of their collaboration is to ensure that people in need get the services they must to live a better life. Many people around the Dallas area really enjoy the services that this organization provides. This is one reason as to why so many people become clients of Stream Energy’s electricity reduction plan.
When Stream Energy ensures that people have the resources they need it helps to strengthen the community as a whole. Stream Energy is headquartered in Dallas and has been around since 2005. As of 2017, they have generated $7 billion dollars in revenue.
Their organization specializes in energy reduction, but they also provide other services such as mobile phone plans, health care services and smart home plans (Twitter). Stream understands that people need resources and a helping hand. They are there for the people in their community.
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