Stream Energy is energy, home, and protective service as well as a wireless service provider company based in Dallas, Texas. The company was established in the year 2005 by two businessmen by the named Rob Snyder and Pierre Koshakji who saw an opportunity at a time when there was a deregulation in the electricity market in the Texas State. The company is managed by Larry Mondry who serves as its Chief Executive Officer and is in charge of more than two hundred employees that Stream Energy employs. Over the years, the company has grown from a local [provider of electricity and the aforementioned services into the national provider, operating in Washington D.C, New York, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Illinois as well. As a national service provider, the company uses a multi-level marketing channel for its sales purposes. One of the reasons Stream Energy has been able to keep growing and maintain a loyal clientele over the years is because the company has proven to be more than a service provider. The company has taken up philanthropy as a culture and is praised by many for this reason.
Stream Energy’s Stream Cares Foundation
Stream Cares Foundation is a part of Stream Energy that solely endeavors to give back to the society in more than one way. The company, through its employees and team of associates, is constantly looking into new ways to help the community in Texas and beyond. Some of the associates that Stream Cares Foundation works with are the Red Cross, the HABITAT foundation, the Hope Supply Corporation and many more. By working with these organizations, the company has been able to take part in missions like feeding the homeless, supplying the needy with food, food supplies, and medical supplies as well. The Foundation also works with HABITAT to find settlements for the homeless and victims of disasters.
When the Hurricane Harvey struck the Houston areas of Texas, Stream Cares Foundation was one of the first organizations to reach out to the victims and offer them assistance by giving those supplies and finding new settlements for those who lost their homes. They closely coordinated with the Red Cross.