The Stream Cares Foundation

Stream Energy was created in 2005 and provides energy, wireless, protective services and home services to their customers. They have grown into one of the nations largest life services company, bringing in around 8 billion dollars in revenue. At first, they exclusively provided energy, now they have expanded to also provide connected life services that include: international wireless plans, Virtual MD, digital voice services and more designed to keep the user connected at work, home or on the road.

Stream Energy currently serves New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Delaware, New Jersey, Ohio, Washington D.C., Maryland, Georgia and Texas. In Texas Stream Energy was rated as one of the states Top 10 Most Trusted Retail Electric Providers.

The Stream Company is also passionate about giving back to the community. They have launched an organization called Stream Cares. Stream Cares provides support and resources to local charities throughout the community. Some charities that Stream Energy has partnered with include Hope Supply Co., a non-profit organization that helps homeless children in need. Stream has also donated $15,000 to the American Red Cross to help families who were affected by natural disasters.

The philanthropy efforts of Stream Energy don’t stop there. During Hurricane Harvey around 56 inches of rain fell in Houston neighborhoods. Many people in the town and across the state lost their lives, homes and even their pets to the storm. Stream stepped in and used the money from their highly profitable energy sales business to fund recovery efforts.

The charity “Hope Supply Co.” and the “Stream Cares Foundation” have partnered up to provide the annual Splash for Hope event. Splash for Hope allows homeless to experience a water park. The employees and leadership from Stream try to ensure that they give the children an experience of a lifetime. The team also provide money and other supplies such as diapers, clothing, school supplies and more.

Stream also offered a helping hand to North Texas residents who were affected by the tornado that touched down the day after Christmas in 2016. They partnered with the salvation army and raised thousands of dollars to aid victims.