Stream Cares and is Setting the Trend for Giving

Stream Energy is well-known for its generous donations of time and money, and they have been there for those who have lost everything because of the hurricanes that struck Dallas. They were also there for other natural disasters, and they are continuously supporting those in need and the homeless.

Stream Energy has combined efforts with Hope Supply Co., a company that provides the daily necessities for homeless kids in Dallas. Stream and Hope Supply Co. sends over 1,000 homeless children to the local water park for a day of fun every year for its Annual Splash for Hope. It is a way to give these children a day to forget about their troubles and to feel like a kid again. These efforts are made possible because of the generosity of these companies and because of the people who care.

They have also helped the victims of the many tornados that touched down in North Texas right after Christmas. They have raised thousands of dollars for who lost everything and Stream has done all that they could to make a difference. The company has matched funds, provides essential services, and even doubled donations brought in by their associates.

Stream Energy has helped many families by combining efforts with Operation Once in a Lifetime, and they have done more than just offer a monitory donation. They have provided transportation to military veterans and their families and have hosted a December dinner for them. They have also co-hosted the American Girl Doll Experience for ten lucky daughters of military families and paid for all the expenses so that they could enjoy a lunch at the American Girl Café.

Although Texas is among one of the lower stated for being generous compared to the other states, according to WalletHub, Stream Energy is setting the example for many other companies to follow.

For Stream Energy, generosity and being giving is a big part of what the company is all about. So many companies do not share their wealth and choose to turn a blind eye to the issues of the world, but not Stream Energy.