After the wake of destruction left by Hurricane Harvey along the Texas coast, one company was eager and prepared to bring aid to those affected by the storm. Stream Energy, an energy provider that offers fixed rate energy plans as well as mobile would stand amongst the rest as one of the few companies to use their funds to help the community. Through various partnerships such as with the Red Cross of America and Habitat for Humanity, “Stream Cares” the charitable foundation of Stream Energy was able to fund the aid mission.
The company culture of philanthropy isn’t something new to Stream Energy, in fact, many of their employees partake in various outreach programs within their respective communities. One in particular that many Dallas-based employees are passionate about is the mission to give back and take care of the homeless population. So, how does Stream Energy help the homeless? In conjunction with Dallas-based Hope Supply Co., Stream employees will not only hater meal and school supplies for the homeless children of the city but also fundraise funds to purchase over 1,000 entrance and food vouchers to a waterpark. This event allows children to be exactly that, children without daily stress of their lives.
Another passion project for employees is Operation Once in a Lifetime. The operation seeks to provide less fortunate military veterans and their families with the ability to enjoy a meal of their choosing. Stream Energy associates also provide transportation to and from the event. In addition, Stream also participates in the American Girl Doll Experience. The event sees ten veteran daughters being able to choose an American Girl doll as well as enjoy a night out, all expenses paid by the company. There is no doubt that Stream has changed the game and we look forward to their future projects.