Stream Energy Supports the Utility Emergency Services Fund
Company Makes $10,000 Donation to Non-Profit Organization
DALLAS (October 28, 2011) – Stream Energy, one of the fastest growing energy retailers in the United States, recently donated $10,000 to the Utility Emergency Services Fund (UESF), a non-profit which supports low-income families in Philadelphia.
The donation was presented to UESF as part of a Stream Energy event at the Philadelphia Convention Center which drew a crowd of over 3,000 attendees.
“In these tough economic times, many are struggling to meet their basic necessities,” said Stream Energy Chairman Rob Snyder. “We are pleased to support organizations such as UESF which help those in need.”
“Utility costs consume a huge portion of the low incomes of poor families in Philadelphia. With the support of Stream Energy, the Utility Emergency Services Fund (UESF) is able to provide needed utility assistance to these families that are struggling during these tough economic times,” said John Rowe, the executive director of UESF. “This utility assistance impacts not only the utility security of vulnerable families; it also deeply affects other crucial areas such as housing stabilization, children’s health, and the prevention of homelessness. UESF is extremely grateful to Stream Energy.”
Stream Energy, an energy provider based in Dallas, provides service to customers in Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Texas. The firm has generated billions in total revenues and received numerous honors and accolades since it started operations in 2005. Its wholly owned subsidiary, Ignite, was recently recognized among the top 15 most successful network marketing firms in the world.