A company that is dedicated to providing energy, proactive, and wireless services to those in need is Stream Energy also known as Stream. This company is accumulating more then $8 billion in the market that deals with energy. The inception of Stream was in 2005 and is now one of the top selling companies in this nation when it comes to connecting life services. Today, the service of Stream Energy is available to 10 states in the United States, and they include: Delaware, Pennsylvania, Texas, Illinois, Georgia, New Jersey, Washington D.C., Maryland, Ohio, and New York. Stream has grown over the years to connect services like wireless plans to go global, digital voice service, and Virtual MD. This company is not only good to its customers, but it is also good to the people that they employ. The men and women of Stream Energy will definitely benefit a lot. They’ll have great careers and lives for their families. Stream
On patch.com, Leslie Kennedy wrote an article about Stream Energy’s philanthropy foundation, Stream Cares helping the victims of Hurricane Harvey. After this terrible storm struck Dallas, that is when Stream’s division, Stream Cares swooped in to help them. They funded the recovery and eased their customers’ financial burden. And Stream itself partnered up with Hope Supply Co. and paid for the cost of entrance and meals for the 1,000 kids of North Texas that are homeless due to the storm. This was an event called Splash for Hope that brought in supplies and money to help these kids.
Stream Energy has been working with many charity groups for years, and has hosted many events to help families that were affected by storms. In 2016, Stream teamed up with the Salvation Army and raised a lot of funds for the people that lost their properties and homes when tornadoes hit North Texas. And with the operation called Once in a Lifetime, Stream helped the Dallas-Area Veterans and their families both morally and financially, and hosted a dinner for them. Stream Energy continues to help those in need. Stream Cares