U.S. Money Reserve Looks To Aid Those In Need With Food Bank Campaign

December 10th, 2015

The Holiday season can often bring with it a number of problems for those who are in need and face a large amount of stress that is difficult to relieve when hunger is a major problem. The Capital Area Food Bank of Texas has been assisting those without enough to eat for almost 30 years in central Texas, but if the organization is to match the record breaking level of food supplied last year help is required in the form of monetary and food donations. A report in Digital Journal reveals the precious metals trader U.S. Money Reserve has begun a crowd funding page that will allow donations to be made to aid the work of the food bank over the Holiday season and into the next year.

U.S. Money Reserve was originally established by a group of precious metals traders who were hoping to seek out the best options in investing in metals for members of the general public. The chance to invest in precious metals in an easy to obtain form is obtained through the purchase and investment in gold, silver and platinum cons issued by the U.S. Government. Throughout the course of its life the U.S. Money Reserve has sought to assist charitable groups across central Texas with fund raising campaigns, the latest of which is this Crowdrise funding attempt the company has now begun.

The crowd funding attempt by U.S. Money Reserve calls on members of the company and its clients to provide funding for the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas, which last year supplied 31 million pounds of food for the people of central Texas who do not have enough to eat. U.S. Money Reserve has in the past looked to assist groups who are in need of assistance in helping young people achieve their best in life. The latest charitable drive the company has undertaken will see it attempt to lead the food bank to a record breaking year in terms of the amount of food supplied to more than 21 counties in central Texas.

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