Corporate responsibility programs and philanthropic works are just an inactive or lesser priority job for the vast majority of the companies. While most companies just want to show that they are contributing to the communities, there are a few companies they get the fuel for their business from the active participation of philanthropic and community works in the society. USHEALTH Group is a perfect example of the companies that give top priority to charity and works that are aimed to improve the communities in the United States. All the initiatives are led and encouraged by the CEO of the insurance provider, Troy McQuagge.
The most prominent philanthropic initiative of the firm is none other than Helping Other People Everyday, which is called by its acronym HOPE. The initiative is the collaboration of the management and staff of USHEALTH Group along with its independently contracted advisors, generally known as USHEALTH Advisors. The advisors of the firm are called as USHA or Agents of USHEALTH Advisors. For the HOPE members, the mission is part of the daily life, and it is focused on bringing positive and influential changes in the lives people in the society.
Interestingly, HOPE was started in the year 2010 under the visionary leadership of Troy McQuagge. It has captured the attention of societies as well as people over the years with committed and efficient services across the United States. Since then, the firm has grown significantly, almost ten times, in the market under the leadership Troy McQuagge. The growth gave the opportunity for the company to make more active interventions in the society. While coming to the initial days of HOPE, it started its initial mission when it worked with Phoenix of New Orleans group in the rescue and rebuild mission of Hurricane Katrina-hit New Orleans.
The group worked in some the hardest hit areas of the city and helped to rebuild the homes and infrastructure in those localities. Apart from supplying funds, HOPE also produced a significant number of man-hours to in the restoration efforts for ensuring the safety of the New Orleans residents. It also supplied food, clothes, new shoes, and more to a children’s shelter in Phoenix area called The Crisis Nursery. The company also made a procedure that whenever it makes an important business meeting in a particular city, it would contribute to the societies of the city as well.
When the USHEALTH Advisors conducted Leaders Meeting in Phoenix in 2012, it presented over $25,000 to a group that is working to support children of cancer-prone families called HOPEKids Arizona. Next year, USHA contributed $45,000 more to the group since it opened another chapter in North Texas. Troy McQuagge US Health says that every business has a soul which is defined by its people and what the company represents. USHEALTH Groups represents serving people and help them to live a better life.