AUSTIN, Texas, Nov. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- In partnership with the Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN), U.S. Money Reserve raised $219,622 in donations for Hurricane Harvey victims. The Texas-based precious metals distributor—with offices in Austin, Beaumont and Houston, Texas—acted quickly to set up a relief initiative for victims after the unprecedented hurricane tore through the Texas coastline. For the month of September, U.S. Money Reserve matched donations made to Austin Disaster Relief Network's Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund through its YouCaring page.
"We felt deeply compelled to help our fellow Texans. The hurricane could have easily impacted any of us, and we know that," said Angela Koch, CEO of U.S. Money Reserve. "Harvey hit close to home and our hearts go out to all our employees, customers, family and strangers affected by the disaster. Rebuilding will take an enormous amount of resources, and it is our patriotic duty to help our neighbors. We are proud to support an amazing organization like ADRN to assist the recovery efforts for those affected by Hurricane Harvey."
All funds raised have gone directly to helping the victims of the storm in the Texas Gulf Coast Region. Read more about these efforts here.
"It is through businesses like U.S. Money Reserve that we have been able to meet the high financial demands of this disaster response," said Daniel Geraci, Executive Director of Austin Disaster Relief Network. "Many lives will be impacted through this generous donation!"
Hurricane Harvey was a Category 4 hurricane that hit Texas on August 25, 2017. Harvey made landfall three separate times in six days and due to the nature of the slow-moving storm, two feet of rain fell in the first 24 hours. At Harvey's peak on September 1st, it was reported that one-third of Houston was underwater. Flooding forced 39,000 people out of their homes and into shelters.
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About U.S. Money Reserve
U.S. Money Reserve is one of the nation's largest private distributors of U.S. government-issued gold, silver and platinum products. Founded in 2001, U.S. Money Reserve has grown into one of the world's largest private distributors of U.S. and foreign government-issued gold, silver and platinum legal tender products. Hundreds of thousands of clients across the country rely on U.S. Money Reserve to diversify their assets with physical precious metals, primarily in the form of U.S. gold and silver coins.
U.S. Money Reserve's uniquely trained team includes coin research and numismatic professionals equipped with expert market knowledge to find products that offer the highest profit potential for precious metals buyers at every level. U.S. Money Reserve goes above the industry standard to provide superior customer service, with the goal of establishing a long-term relationship with each and every one of its customers. U.S. Money Reserve is based in Austin, Texas. Like them on Facebook, connect on LinkedIn, and follow on Twitter.
About Austin Disaster Relief Network
Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN), a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, is composed of over 175 Greater Austin churches and thousands of trained volunteers bringing hope into crisis. ADRN's network enables and empowers church members to organize, prepare, mobilize, and respond quickly in the event of disaster, great or small. Business partners, local agencies and community support play a vital role in ADRN's mission. It is through the generosity of their in-kind donations, monetary gifts and volunteer assistance, that ADRN can fund the rebuild/repair of survivor homes and provide immediate assistance to those in crisis.
Contact: Christol Farris
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