Stream Energy is Quick to React

Stream Energy is dedicated to helping out those who are less fortunate. They are a company that is very generous and is sharing their success and wealth to better the lives of those who are in an unfortunate situation. They were quick to react when Hurricane Harvey struck, and they have partnered with Hope Supply Co. in order to spread the love.

Although the company is based out of Dallas, they are also helping those in other parts of the world. Stream Energy is doing a lot to help the homeless as it is a growing problem in the Dallas area. Dallas has seen an increase of 24% in homelessness and Stream Energy is aware of the issue. Stream Energy together with Hope Supply Co. made it possible for homeless children to experience something they would never have the chance to do such as go to a water park. They also make it possible for them to get the things that they need such as diapers, school supplies, and clothing.

Stream Energy has been working with Hope Supply Co. for over four years and continues to do good in their partnership with the charity. Stream Energy was there to help those affected by the tornadoes that hit in North Texas. They work with the Salvation Army to raise thousands of dollars for those who lost everything. They provided the essentials, matched funds, and generously doubled donations that were brought in by associates.

They also support their veterans and gives them the star treatment every year when they treat veterans and their families to a special dinner. They co-host the American Girl Doll Experience for ten of the daughters of those who have served in the military. Each girl gets to keep an American Girl Doll as well as have lunch at the American Girl Café.

Stream is a company that wants to give others the same experiences as everyone else, and they are aware that not everyone has everything that they need. They are a company that cares and is willing to get out there and to help others out.

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