US Money Reserve starts a campaign to support Capital Area Food Bank of Texas
The well-known company U.S. Money Reserve starts a crowd funding campaign on CrowdRise, inviting people to support the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas, which works towards hunger relief in the Texas region.
The company believes in charity and has regularly involved itself in social responsibility activities such as this. It encourages its clients, customers and other people to donate for those in need in the Central Texas Area.
The money raised from this campaign will be used to support Capital Area Food Bank of Texas which is a major name to provide hunger relief through nearly 300 partner agencies in 21 counties across Central Texas.
In 2010, CABF provided more than 25 million pounds of food and in the previous year, they provided 31 million pounds of food to the families in need in the region and their goal now is to support even more families. The CABF service area is spread in 19,064 square miles in Central Texas and currently moving in its 30th year of service.
The U.S. Money Reserve was founded by gold market veterans,with an aim to create a market place to provide best class customer service and expert guidance to people who’re willing to invest in precious metals. The expertise and vast experience of the owners allows them to guide people in making the right investment while purchasing precious metals.
Currently, the organization is among the leading distributors of U.S. Government issued Gold, Silver and Platinum coins with hundreds of satisfied clients to boast about. A number of people have benefitted from the consultancy provided by U.S. Money Reserve and achieved the desired results.
The company helps the client in choosing the coins that have the highest value which has made them gain the trust and loyalty of many clients across the country.
The team if U.S. Money Reserve includes more than 100 trained, experienced and highly qualified professionals including senior gold specialists, Industry’s leading Numismatic expert, inventory department, coin research professionals and more.