USHEALTH Advisors, otherwise known as USHA, has been a huge help to thousands of people all over the country. Their mission called HOPE, also known as Helping Other People Everyday, was lead by Troy McQuagge Son in 2010. Troy’s impactful involvement has made a huge difference within the company as well as within communities all over the country.
As CEO and President, Troy McQuagge makes it his business to partner with other helpful organizations looking to make an impact in the lives of many. One such organization that he has partnered with is The Brevard County Homes for Warriors Project. This organization provides substantial assistance to those who serve in the military and their families in finding a home. Workers helped with cleaning up debris and took the initiative to put things in order in anticipation of new residents. This home was then donated to a needy family of an army specialist, further gaining HOPE much deserved recognition within the community.
USHEALTH Advisors brought their much needed assistance to Phoenix, Arizona for another great cause back in 2012. HOPEKids was presented with over $25,000 to support their non profit organization. This amazing community provides families of children with cancer and other serious illnesses with priceless assistance. To date, USHEALTH Advisors along with Troy McQuagge son has provided over $70,000 in support of HOPEKids.
New Orleans, Louisiana has also received valuable aid from the organization with their Hurricane Katrina clean up and restoration. Partnering with Phoenix of New Orleans was one of the best moves to make as the dynamic duo tidied up the hurricane devastated streets and assisted needy families. In addition to the clean up, the team also donated necessities such as shoes, clothing and food to those in need.
What makes Troy McQuagge and his work inspiring is his passion for lending a hand no matter the situation. Whether it’s weather devastation, poverty or terminal illness, he can be found doing what he can to make a difference. For more inspiration and information on what you can do to help, be sure to check out the USHA website.