Precious metals distributor U.S. Money Reserve is putting its clout behind Capital Area Food Bank in Texas via a CrowdRise crowd funding campaign.
With contributions to over 70 non-profit organizations, U.S. Money Reserve is no stranger to social responsibility. Their list of charitable contributions ranges from Boy Scouts of America to the Haiti Relief Fund with many recognizable and worthy causes in between . This time, U.S. Money reserve has started a crowd funding campaign and is encouraging others to donate to the Capital Area Food Bank through CrowdRise.
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As noted in a recent Digital Journal article, Capital Area Food Bank distributed 31 million pounds of food to hungry families in the 2013-2014 fiscal year. This is a far throw from the 330 thousand pounds of food distributed in 1982 when CAFB was founded. CAFB currently serves 46 thousand needy people each week. Over 30 years of experience has allowed CAFB to hone in on the most efficient model for fighting hunger in central Texas.
Partnering with U.S Money reserve and Capital Area Food Bank will put donors in league with nearly 300 partnering agencies spanning 21 counties in central Texas.
For anyone who would like to get involved, donations to the CAFB CrowdRise campaign can be made here.