Shortly after the devastating Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas area, U. S. Money Reserve teamed up with Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN) to help fellow Texans pull through.
The Category 4 hurricane caused a staggering amount of damage three distinct times in six days in late August this year. The enormous rainfall drove more than 38,000 people to relocate from their homes.
- S. Money Reserve and the ADRN established a relief course of action for the survivors raising $219,622 in contributions including matching community donations to the YouCaring program of ADRN’s Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, for the month of September, according to a story published at www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/us-money-reserve-partners-with-austin-disaster-relief-network-to-raise-over-215000-for-hurricane-harvey-victims-300559046.html.
- S. Money Reserve chief executive officer Angela Koch said in a statement that the company felt inspired to offer its assistance particularly as the hurricane hit so near home. Koch added U. S. Money Reserve is filled with pride to help out in the recovery endeavors along side ADRN.
The partnership will support services that include emergency housing, financial assistance, transportation as well as emotional care. Specifically, victims of Hurricane Harvey in the Texas Gulf Coast Region received all the financial resources raised.
Daniel Geraci, executive director of ADRN, commented that many lives will be influenced by way of U. S. Money Reserve’s kind bequest, which has helped with the financial needs from the damage caused by Hurricane Harvey.
The nonprofit ADRN, which takes in more than 175 Greater Austin churches and volunteers, continues to help families with its call center volunteers who reach out to provide services, supplies and survivor assistance.
Giving back to the community, U. S. Money Reserve headquartered in Austin, Texas maintains offices Beaumont and Houston. The precious metal distributor, which was launched in 2001, has grown to turn into one of the world’s largest private traders of both U. S. and foreign government issued gold, silver and platinum legal tender products.
The privately-held company, which is led by former U. S. Mint Director Philip Diehl, has offered its guidance to more than 400,000 clients with their investment in research and locating the best products for them to invest in. Learn more: https://twitter.com/usmoneyreserve
- S. Money Reserve was awarded an “AAA” rating from the Business Consumer Alliance and its business practices have been acknowledged on a worldwide basis.