Stream Cares and Hope Supply Company have partnered to provide aid and outreach to homeless children in Dallas. The duo has already sponsored a few events, providing both food and clothing for needy children. One event, Splash for Hope, gave a large number of homeless children entrance to a water park for a day. Stream Cares assisted in the event, covering the entrance fee and meals for over 1,000 children. Hope Supply Company regularly provides clothing, diapers, and school supplies for homeless children. Part of that service is funded by Stream Cares, which has worked with the charity for over four years. It is an ongoing effort to curb homeless in Dallas, and give those without the opportunity to better their lives.
Stream Cares is the philanthropic wing of Dallas energy provider Stream Energy. The company came to be in 2005, offering an alternative gas and electricity source. Stream Energy is a direct seller, using commission-based associates to bring in clients by word of mouth. The associates build up client lists and offer a more personal focus for said clients. Stream Energy is also dedicated to charitable pursuits, a strong believer in giving back to the community around it. It has been instrumental in disaster relief, homeless aid, and supporting Dallas-area veterans. The company is dedicated to making the quality of life in Dallas better. One of the ways it has pledged to do that is through the formation of Stream Cares.
Stream Cares is a separate charity entity within Stream itself. The business within the business is designed to specifically focus on philanthropy. Most of Stream’s executives are pretty dedicated, giving to various causes, and even volunteering for those causes. Stream Cares pools all that together and uses a business model to optimize charitable efforts. This makes philanthropy a legitimate part of Stream’s business model, and shows just how serious the company is. In addition to Hope, Stream Energy also partners with Habitat for Humanity and Red Cross.