Stream Energy: Recently Giving Back to Hurricane Harvey Victims
A press release was recently released about Stream Energy giving back in response to Hurricane Harvey. They donated through their charitable department, Stream Cares, $25,000 to the American Cross. It was reported that the severe flooding effects included several deaths, approximately 30,000 residents were found homeless, and 300,000 power outages occurred over that weekend (https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Stream-Energy).
The CEO and President of Steam Cares, Larry Mondry, stated that this program is established to assist people experiencing homelessness from natural disasters. Also, this organization has been collecting more donations, such as food, for relief efforts.
About Stream Energy
Established in 2005, Stream Energy is a Dallas-based, privately held organization that specializes in energy, deregulated electricity, business opportunities, deregulated natural, business opportunities, direct sales company, home services, protective services, and mobile services. Their company size is 201 to 500 employees. Also, this company has generated over $8 billion of lifetime revenue in 12 years which makes this firm one of the biggest direct selling firms in the global energy market.
This company also has energy services in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Maryland, Illinois, Washington, D.C., and New York. They just started powering Delaware which makes this state the eighth one powered by Stream Energy plus Stream Energy’s other services are also available throughout the nation. And they can be found on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter also.
Stream Energy is always finding ways of giving back. A few days ago, they partnered with Hope Supply Co. and donated over 300 gifts and toys to DFW metroplex’s homeless children. Many of their employees also volunteered their time by sorting and wrapping gifts and toys at the Hope Supply Co. And they give helpful tips to their clients, such as ways to watch out for high electric bills during Thanksgiving and how not to get stuck on the road (YouTube).