The U.S. Money Reserve Helps Their Texas Community Recover From Hurricane Harvey

A partnership between the U.S. Money Reserve, and the Austin Disaster Relief Network has been announced. Hurricane Harvey survivors will be provided with disaster relief including emergency housing, spiritual, and emotional care, financial assistance, and transportation.

The relief fund organized by the U.S. Money Reserve will be giving 100 percent of all donations to the Austin Disaster Relief Network, in addition to matching donations up to $100,000.

The U.S. Money Reserve, and their employees were affected by the storm. The partnership gives the U.S. Money Reserve the ability to give back to their community. The damaged caused by Hurricane Harvey was substantial, and claimed the lives of 82 people.

Thousands of individuals were left without medicine, clean water, and hygiene supplies. The water was contaminated with waste, debris, sewage, and toxic chemicals, causing danger to the community’s health.

Texas is rebuilding communities, and recovering from the effects of the storm, but this is costly, and will take time. Hurricane Harvey caused approximately $180 billion in damages. Although federal aid is covering many of the costs, a lot more help is required.

The Austin Disaster Relief Network is one of many nonprofit organizations contributing to relief efforts to help Texas recover. The Austin Disaster Relief Network is responding to the immediate, and urgent needs of the people who survived the storm, repairing, and rebuilding their homes.

Essential items such as food, and cleaning supplies are being collected by the organization, and distributed to the communities in need. Homes, and businesses have been opened to the less fortunate by the people who did not suffer the worst of the storm’s damage. Free meals are being given to the kids by the local schools, stores have been offered as shelter by shop owners, and food, and water have been donated to the victims by the local businesses.

The U.S. Money Reserve opened their doors in 2001. They distribute silver, gold, and platinum, issued by both the United States, and foreign governments. The idea was to provide guidance to customers interested in buying precious metals. Read more: US Money Reserve | LinkedIn

The U.S. Reserve has worked to earn both the trust, and respect of their 400,000 clients. They have a high ranking with the Better Business Bureau, and are widely known for their expertise in precious metals. Philip N. Diehl is the leader of the U.S. Mint, and is well known for his knowledge, and expertise regarding precious metals.

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