Stream Energy is a Dallas, Texas based energy company which also offers multiple other types of services. With a foot in the door of many markets, Stream Energy provides virtual doctors, VoIP, cell phone porting, and most of all it offers energy at a small portion of the normal fare at which it would cost most people in America. Stream Energy started their founding in 2005 by Rob Snyder and Pierre Koshakji after the Texas laws were deregulated and allowed a monopoly from traditional oil and gas means to be expanded. The company had great success and ventured out from the Texas Market into Illinois, Georgia, the Northeast, and more… but success in business is only one avenue of life.
— Stream (@MyStreamSocial) April 17, 2018
Hurricane Harvey hit Texas in August 17th of 2017, and went down as one of the costliest hurricanes in the history of the United States; It actually tied with Hurricane Katrina as the most costly at 125 billion dollars. Seeing the devastation and how that brought the homeless rate to 24 times the national average of 1% homelessness, Stream Energy decided to do something about this and created a philanthropic branch of their business named Stream Cares. Stream Cares teamed up with Hope Supply Company, which was founded in 1989. Hope Supply Company offers hope and smiles to homeless people in various ways. The way in which Stream Energy and Stream Cares carried out their mission of extending hope was by allowing hundreds of homeless kids to spend a day at Hawaiian Falls Waterpark where they received a packed lunch, a hat, a pair of sandals, and most importantly hope for the future. Stream Cares is here to stay and here to help the victims of hurricane Harvey and its devastation. For more information on Stream Cares and hope Supply Company, check out their website here.