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U.S. Money Reserve Launches Campaign To Feed Hungry Texans

 

The Digital Journal recently reported that the U.S. Money Reserve has launched a crowd funding campaign aimed towards supporting the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas in an effort to aid the hungry. The company is no stranger to charity and has been known to fund organizations such as the Make-A-Wish foundation and many others.

Founded by gold market veterans, the U.S. Money reserve recognizes the need for a combination of expert market knowledge and quality customer service when purchasing precious metals. As the nation’s largest source of government issued gold, silver, and platinum coins, the team of 100 trained professionals at the U.S. Money Reserve strive to deliver high-quality coinage and service on a daily basis.

By launching this campaign, the U.S. Money Reserve hopes to bring food to hungry families over a span of 21 counties in Central Texas. In 2010, the Capital Area Food Bank (which has served the community for 30 years) provided a total of 31 million pounds of food to families in need. This year CAFB is working to set the bar higher by feeding even more families this upcoming holiday season.

Remember to give back to your fellow man during the holidays by spreading the wealth. Join the U.S. Money Reserve in the fight against hunger and help the Capital Area Food Bank surpass their previous record of 31 million pounds of food to feed families in need all over Central Texas. To make a contribution, please visit the U.S. Money Reserve’s Crowdrise page.