Stream Energy Makes a Big Splash by Sponsoring Homeless Event

Energy and connected life services company, Stream Energy, just made a big splash by sponsoring an event that services homeless children and their families. Stream has an entire section of its company that it dedicates to caring and compassionate actions, watch this out. That faction is called Stream Cares, and it does nothing but contribute to causes that are similar to the Splash for Hope cause. Stream cares started shortly after the company opened its doors in 2005, and it has since then been going hard to help those who are in need.

The Splash for Hope Event is a yearly event that the Hope Supply Co. hosts each year to assist homeless children and their family members. They send these people to gorgeous places like Hawaiian Falls Waterpark so that they can enhance the quality of their lives if only for a little while. Stream went all out by paying for the children’s fare to the park and their meal fees. More than 1,000 children and family members showed up for the event this year, and it is the fourth year that Stream has played a part in this glorious event. They will most likely be a part of many more.

The Manager of Community Relations and Events said that it was a pleasure for her to get involved in this activity and provide these children with some memories that they could cherish for a lifetime. She thinks that Hope Supply Co. is a beautiful company for what it does for the needy children in the world.


About Stream Energy

Stream Energy is currently run by a man named Larry Mondry, and its headquarters is located in Dallas, Texas. The company came out it in 2005 and was just a small energy provider. Now, Stream is proud to have service in eight states. Stream is much more than just an energy provider. It provides a plethora of services to the community such as Virtual doctor services, mobile phone services, home products and security products. Many people refer to the company as a connected life services company because of the vast assortment of products that it provides that support customer livelihood.