Stream Energy Featured On Patch.com

Stream Energy has become engaged in philanthropy in a way to let the citizens in their community and their customers know that they care. Offering support and relief to those affected by Hurricane Harvey which left devastation and flooding in the city of Dallas, Texas. Providing relief, including financial relief to the residents and stream customers goes hand in hand with Stream Energy’s corporate and philanthropic values. Stream has long been a partner of The Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity. The corporation launched its charity “Stream Cares” in 2018.

The Stream Energy employees and leadership have been instrumental in bringing their support and caring spirit to many in the community. One such outpouring of support was in leading the scope to bring homeless children for an outing at a local water park through the Stream Energy partnership with Hope Supply Company, a company that provides money, diapers, school supplies and other basic necessities to the homeless children and their parents in the community which has been in partnership with Stream Energy for a number of years.

Stream Energy has designed its business model with a concern for the community as well as bolstering sales for their business in mind. The associates and employees who work for Stream work within the community promoting energy products, mobile home plans, plans that provide telemedicine and remote doctors and so on. The Stream associates build up a network of loyal customers to go along with the connected living concept of Stream.

The Stream associates are essentially entrepreneurs and owners of their own businesses as they are related to the products that they sell for Stream. The plight of the homeless is a particular priority in the area of charitable work and giving for the associates of stream.

Stream sees giving back to the community as a recipe for success in their industry.

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