U.S. Money Reserve is partnering with Austin Disaster Relief Network in providing aid to persons affected by Hurricane Harvey. The two entities will combine their resources to help survivors of the storm with financial assistance, emergency shelter, and support psychologically and emotionally to address the trauma experienced by storm victims.
A relief fund started by U.S. Money Reserve will turn over 100% of received donations to ADRN to help meet emergency needs of survivors. In an effort to encourage donations
U.S. Money Reserve has vowed to match all YouCaring donations to ADRN’s relief fund up to a maximum of $100,000
The sting of Hurrican Harvey has been felt directly by U.S. Money Reserve as many of the company’s own employees and customers have been displaced or otherwise affected by the storm. The company was founded in Austin, Texas and while still headquartered in Austin there are also offices in the nearby cities of Beaumont and Lumberton.
U.S. Reserve is more than happy and willing to give back to a Greater Houston community that welcomed the company with open arms during its infant stages.
Hurricane Harvey was the first hurricane to make landfall in the United States and with the storm came extreme devastation. The four-day event saw rainfall from to 40 to 65 inches across the state that resulted in dangerous flood waters. Roads became rivers and many Texans were forced to leave their homes and property behind in search of safety. At least 82 people perished in Hurricane Harvey. Read more: US Money Reserve | Built In Austin and US Money Reserve | Facebook
Texans would soon learn that impact of Harvey would be felt long after the storm was gone as thousands were left without day to day necessities such as clean water, hygiene products, and prescription medications. The water left behind from the hurricane is highly toxic and poses serious threats both in the immediate future and for the long term.
Texans are a resilient bunch are now hard at work rebuilding their communities. That damage caused by Harvey has been estimated at $180 billion. Texas Governor Greg Abbot has advised all that recovery projects for the state will be exhaustive and time-consuming. Learn more about US Money Reserve: http://chronicleweek.com/2017/10/austin-disaster-relief-network-and-u-s-money-reserve-help-survivors-of-hurricane-harvey/
Federal aid has assumed the responsibility for a lot of these costs but more help is needed. Fortunately, many non-profit organizations have stepped forward to fill the gaps. At ADRN, the primary goal is to help survivors with items that meet their immediate needs and to provide funds to repair or rebuild their homes.
An admiral act of kindness extended by many Texans was the opening of their own homes when possible to help those had lost shelter in the storm. Local schools provided free meals and shop owners allowed the use of their stores for shelter. It is this attitude amongst Texans that serve the state well as they work together to rebuild from this crisis.
About U.S. Money Reserve
U.S. Money Reserve started in 2001, is now one of the biggest independent distributors of precious metals. The start-up mission of the company was to provide advice to customers desiring to invest in precious metals. To date, U.S. Money reserve has served over 400,000 clients in this capacity.