Troy McQuagge and USHEALTH partnered with others in helping pick up the pieces after Hurricane Katrina. His group aimed their efforts a rebuilding homes in parts of the city hit hardest by the hurricane. People volunteered hundreds of man-hours in relief and restoration efforts to help lower New Orleans get back on its feet. This was the company’s first HOPE project.
The HOPE mission carried on throughout 2011 and donated shoes, clothing, baby food, and other items to the Crisis Nursery. HOPE stands for Helping Other People Everyday. This is a children’s shelter, non-profit, that serves the Scottsdale/Phoenix metro area. USHEALTH executives and members continually try to give back to its host city. For them, business is more than just commerce. It is also about helping people with their needs.
The organization also gave a $25,000 check to HOPEKids Arizona. One year later the organization also donated to a HOPEKids chapter in North Texas. Troy McQuagge’s organization believes that his company’s soul, and core values, require that they give back when they can. Troy McQuagge USHealth feels there is no other way to live life.
These are the acts of kindness that can inspire company leaders to assist local communities across the country. McQuagge and his colleagues spend a lot of time placing focus on how they can help others. They also teach people daily how the company’s insurance products can help enrich local communities.
On the business side of things, they design insurance products that people want and need. Another example of how the company offers support is that each week one of its division offices collects hundreds of dollars to donate to the Wounded Warrior Project. HOPE stands for Helping Other People Everyday.
USHEALTH members and advisors feel proud that this is their mission and that they do it both as individuals and as a company. For the members of USHEALTH, there is no better way to show how much they care.
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