Troy McQuagge US Health is at the epicenter of building a vision for the USHEALTH group, in which he is the CEO. His company has experienced strong growth, with USHEALTH being over 10 times the he started with. USHEALTH created a HOPE banner that exemplifies the practices of giving and charity that transformed the local community. USHEALTH primarily works in high risk scenarios, in particular working in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
The Helping Other People Everyday (HOPE) initiative was influential in becoming a strong anchor and buffer against the tragedy and havoc of Katrina. With donations, many rallied around the cause and were able to make a positive contribution to relief efforts. The lower mid- city of New Orleans was ensured safe and sound housing because of HOPE’s ability to gather and commit thousands of volunteers to the cause. Their efforts expanded in 2011 when the organization provided useful food, shoes, and necessities to the crisis nursery in the Phoenix branch of NOLA.
HOPE began as a small organization and grew substantially over time to become a systemic defining force in the area. A year after 2011, HOPE was back on the map and ready to deliver on it’s promise of giving back to the community in the form of donating 25,000 dollars to children with cancer, then, again a year later by awarding 45,000 dollars to a charity in North, Texas. Over time the support and financial backing of USHA grew to new heights. Inspired by giving to the people who were struggling in the area, HOPE has become a life-changing model for charity and activism.
Currently, the homes warrior project provides housing mortgage free to army vets, and more specifically, veterans in need. Following this, the wounded warrior project was set up to provide essential services to military families. These programs provide a active engaging role to the communities as well as the organizations.
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Troy McQuagges role in funding, operating, and pushing the company towards where it is currently is commendable. His dedication to having a strong conscience and ethic towards giving back to his community and the neighboring states has spread towards other people and organizations. From Arizona to Louisiana, and all the way towards Florida, USHA continues to expand and make positive contributions to this day.