According to the news found on the Dallas Patch on March, Stream Energy outlined its new charity foundation Stream cares. The Stream Energy was not left behind during the financing of the getting better of the Hurricane Harvey. Actually, it was the frontline corporations to offer the support, and as well it managed to offload its clients their burdens of funds. Approximately 4 years ago, this foundation united with the Hope Supply Co. and they aimed at helping the homeless children where they provided them with school supplies, clothes, and other necessities. During the previous yearly Splash for the Hope occasion, the lunch and entrance fee for approximately more than 1,000 homeless children in North Texas was catered for.
The occasion takes the children that are homeless to a neighboring water park where they maximally enjoy the day full of supplies, money, and fun. The partnership between the Stream Energy and Habitat for Humanity has lasted for many years. The role played by the Habitat for Humanity is to support the families in the construction of the new houses and also in repairing the homes that are already in existence. As the Habitat for Humanity provides the mortgages at a fair price and the unpaid labor, the families donate the sweat equity labor. The American Red Cross is also among the longtime associate of Stream Energy. The responsibility of the American Red Cross is to offer emergency help services, education, and relief from calamity.
In the year 2016, the Salvation Army and the Stream Energy joined together to source some funds for the casualty of the tornado in north Texas. They combined the contributions of their colleagues in order to double the amount. The Stream Energy has been able to offer assistance to the veterans and families of the Dallas region through their long-lasting operations. They were able to provide transportation to a lunch occasion that took place in an amazing Texas, and the veterans ate ribs, burgers, and steaks. The American Girl Doll Experience is also another occasion that the Stream catered for the full cost of around 10 daughters of the members of the military.