U.S. Reserve offers crisis relief to Austin, Texas and the survivors of Hurricane Harvey by joining forces with ADRN (Austin Disaster Relief Network), a not-for-profit group specializing in caring for the families of disasters.
U.S. Money Reserve would like to acknowledge ADRN for it’s professional trained volunteers and their ability to meet the needs of any community, big or small, with assistance in not only immediate physical needs but also emotional health issues.
Hurricane Harvey swept in off of the Atlantic in August, 2017. The hurricane was the largest to make landfall in Texas since 2015. With catastrophic flooding, unimaginably rainfall, power outage, and destruction of properties, ADRN, and U.S. Reserve gathered forces and committed to help rebuild the communities, neighborhoods and infrastructure by providing financial assistance, housing, transportation and mental health support.
The effects of the two programs coming together not only gave the public much needed relief in the form of simple everyday items, such as basic cleaning supplies and clothing, but also including larger projects, such as rebuilding property.
U.S. Money Reserve has taken an active part in leadership roles throughout the United States not only in times of need but also in planning for the future. Their team of purpose driven employees have helped hundreds of thousands of people make solid financial decisions about gold, silver and platinum for many years. Read more: US Money Reserve | Built In Austin
Staff and management all work hard to earn trust of individuals, knowing that is the only way to provide the most valuable service when dealing with people’s lives, assets and future. The team, support staff and their families serve daily to promote common goals for their clients.
Superior client services supported by a strong leader, Mr. Philip N. Diehl, has given U.S. Money Reserve the training, experience and expertise they need to serve individuals. Mr. Diehl was born in Dallas, Texas where he earned an M.A. degree in government from the University of Texas at Austin and received a fellowship for post-graduate work in political science at Stanford University.
From there his professional life consisted of working as the staff director of the Senate Finance Committee and then the Chief of Staff of the U.S. Treasury. Diehllater became Director of the United States Mint and served until March of 2000.
U.S. Money Reserve and ADRN look forward to seeing a brighter future for Austin’s residents and Harvey survivors.