In 2014 the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas provided more than 31 million pounds of food and drinks for those in need of nourishment in central Texas. The issue of hunger has been high on the list of problems facing the world in recent years, but the Capital Food Bank of Texas has been growing its service over the last 30 years to provide more food than ever before for the people of central Texas. U.S. Money Reserve is reported by Digital Journal to have embarked on its Holiday charitable campaign in a bid to provide increased funding for the food bank to provide relief for the hungry in their area.
Problems in the money markets of recent years have led to an even greater commitment by many to work within the precious metals and commodities markets. U.S. Money Reserve was originally established to trade in gold, silver and platinum coins issued by government agencies, and was established by a group of experienced gold traders. More than 100 experienced traders have now been employed by the company, which also looks to aid charitable organizations on a regular basis.
U.S. Money Reserve has established a Crowdrise funding page in a bid to allow clients, employees and friends of the group to make donations in aid of the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas. The food bank has been a major source of relief for many since it was established almost 30 years ago, which makes it something of an institution in the central Texas area. The food bank has developed partnerships with more than 300 agencies in 21 counties to provide a network of groups assisting those in need across Texas throughout each year.
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