The Capital Area Food Bank of Texas has been operating in 21 counties of central Texas for almost 30 years and supplies as much as 31 million pounds of food each year for those in need across the central region of the state. In a bid to aid the food bank in its good works the precious metals dealer, U.S. Money Reserve, has established a crowd funding page on the Crowdrise website to raise funding for the organization as the Holiday season approaches. U.S. Money Reserve is hoping that its friends, clients and employees will combine their charitable efforts to make sure that as few people go hungry over the Holidays as possible.
Digital Journal reports the U.S. Money Reserve is hoping to aid the central Texas community with its fund raising efforts for the food bank. U.S. Money Reserve itself is a precious metals dealer that specializes in government issued coins made from gold, silver and platinum. The more than 100 employees of the company are all experienced experts in precious metals dealing who hope to guide investors towards the best possible opportunities to invest their funds in a secure range of precious metals.
For more than 30 years the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas has been at the forefront of providing nourishment for the people of the central area of the state. The link up with the U.S. Money Reserve marks a change of direction in the charitable giving of the precious metals dealer who usually provides funding for groups specializing in the needs of children and young people.
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