U.S. Money Reserve Proud to Have Financially Supported Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

Texas is home to U.S. Money Reserve, so the company leaped into action following the devastation of Hurricane Harvey. The severe storm made landfall in mid-August and caused as much as $180 billion in damages to Houston and the Gulf of Mexico region in general. With rainfall of as much as 65 inches in some areas over a four-day period, catastrophic flooding resulted and thousands of Texans lost their homes and all of their possessions. Most tragically, at least 82 people dies as a result of the hurricane. Learn more: http://www.manta.com/c/mml8pv9/u-s-money-reserve-in


Austin, Texas-based U.S. Money Reserve responded with a matching donation plan to contribute up to $100,000 during the entire month of September. The contribution was earmarked for the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund established by the non-profit organization Austin Disaster Relief Network, or ADRN. The U.S. Money Reserve contribution, which matched other contributors on a dollar-for-dollar basis, helped to fund a range of critical services, including emergency housing, transportation, home repair and immediate cash assistance. The company knew that the financial support had to be not only generous but quickly forthcoming in order to meet extensive and urgent need. Storm victims were in desperate want of clean water, hygiene products and medicine before their long-term needs could even start to be addressed.


U.S. Money Reserve felt the importance of being a part of this recovery effort out of loyalty to its roots. The company began operation in Austin and has offices in additional cities in the state. Furthermore, some U.S. Money Reserve staff and family members and many of the company’s customers were adversely affected by the hurricane. The partnership with ADRN was quickly established so that relief efforts could begin as soon after the storm as possible.


Founded in 2001, U.S. Money Reserve is one of the world’s leading private distributors of platinum, gold and silver legal tender issued by the United States and other world governments. With some 400,000 satisfied customers, the company has earned a “AAA” rating from the Business Consumer Alliance. It provides expert guidance on investing in physical precious metals and coins. Learn more: http://chronicleweek.com/2017/10/austin-disaster-relief-network-and-u-s-money-reserve-help-survivors-of-hurricane-harvey/


U.S. Money Reserve is currently led by Philip N. Diehl, the former U.S. mint director who is renowned for his background and expertise on the subject of precious metals.