Stream Energy, and up-and-coming energy company based in Dallas Texas that uses renewable energy and is slowly gaining market share over the tried-and-true oil and fossil fuel-based industry, has teamed up with the local philanthropic organization named “Hope Supply Co.” to alleviate victims of Hurricane Harvey and make an impact in their world. Hurricane Harvey was extremely devastating in terms of its impact on the environment. There were families displaced, pets that got lost, and millions upon millions of dollars worth of damage to homes.
Donating money and time has always been in the blood for Stream Energy company. They have had a lasting relationship with both the Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity; More than anything, a large portion of there philanthropic campaign is their involvement with the dramatically increasing homeless rate due to Hurricane Harvey. As a matter of fact, the homeless rate has reached over 24% which is shockingly higher than most cities across the US.
Harnessing the power of multi-level marketing, Stream Energy uniquely provides multiple services across all states in the US. Such services include being a wireless provider and energy provider, while also offering protection and Home Services. Essentially, the company was founded after the state of Texas after the stopped regulation on energy that was much more strict before; This company started in 2008 by founder is Rob Schneider and Pierre Koshakji. After Stream’s success in the Texas market, the company expanded into Georgia in 2008 and later into the north eastern states in 2010. Ultimately, they have now come to offer cell phone services in a spin-off company titled “Stream Wireless”.
Stream’s new philanthropic creation, aptly-named “Stream Cares”, is not only a great way to help protect and take care of displaced citizens from Hurricane Harvey in the great city of Dallas, but it is also a great way to earn respect from all types of clients and people from across the country. More information on Stream Energy and Stream Cares can be found here.