Stream Energy has been meeting the needs of their community for years. Their future looks bright as the more successful they become, the more they give back. Stream recently created its own philanthropic organization; Stream Cares that partners with other non-profit organizations to ensure that people all over the world get the help they need to live a good quality of life. They hire associates that share their vision and participate in community events to show individuals how important they are no matter the circumstances they face. Stream Energy hires independent contractors to build meaningful relationships with people living in the Dallas, Texas area. They meet the needs of each by offering them products and services at a discounted price. They offer mobile phone plans, fixed-rate energy, and telemedicine. Looking at these three products, there is no wonder that Stream Energy is so successful. Larger cellphone companies like Verizon and Sprint tend to charge everyone the same price per package. They rarely offer discounts and most people, even homemakers pay on average $100.00 per month. Luckily Stream offers mobile plans at a discounted rate. With the sudden fluctuations in the climate, one can be hit with an expensive energy bill that they cannot afford to pay, especially if they are on a fixed income. Telemedicine is an excellent service for those who are unable to go to their doctor’s office for services consistently. It allows patients to talk to their doctor via the internet, and receive prescriptions. Aside from that, Stream Energy does its best to stay on top of homelessness in the area, as well as natural disaster recovery. They partner with the Hope Supply Co. every year to co-host the Splash for Hope event. Stream Energy pays the cover and meal costs for more than 1,000 homeless children. Their employees also come out to enjoy the fun and ensure that the kids are safe. Another example of Stream giving back is Hurricane Harvey. Hurricane Harvey ravaged through Houston Texas leaving more than 55 inches of rain. Many lost their homes and their pets. Stream Energy was a first responder by using money earned from energy sales to help fund the recovery. That’s what Philanthropy at its best is.