The HOPE Of USHEALTH

The primary professional goal of USHEALTH advisors is the sale and distribution of health coverage and supplementary products. To this end, their focus is the self-employed, small business, and individual insurance. But they are most passionate about their charitable works and giving embodied in the acronym HOPE, which stands for Helping Other People Everyday. This focus was instigated in 2010 by USHEALTH president Troy McQuagge.

Their first project girded with the HOPE focus was rebuilding the many homes in the aftermath of Katrina. The following year USHA took the HOPE mission to heart again by donating thousands of dollars’ worth of shoes, clothes, and baby food to Crisis Nursery. Learn more about USHealth Advisors:  http://www.ushagent.com/MARKDARROUGH and https://www.facebook.com/HopeHelpingOtherPeopleEveryday/

In 2012 they donated $25,000 to HOPEKids Arizona. And then in 2013 donated more than $45,000 to HOPEKids North Texas. In 2015, USHEALTH gave a whopping $100,000 to the Semper Fi Fund and America’s Fund.

In all that they do, they do more than just help specific citizens of a city, they also do something to help the government of the city as well. Troy McQuagge says HOPE is just the public revelation of a soul at the heart of USHEALTH. It is clear that this is something that is a priority to USHEALTH as a whole, not just the executives.

According to Crunchbase, It is a drive that the individual agents of USHEALTH advisors have taken on themselves in their own specific localities. For instance, the USHEALTH advisors performed a service project for the local Space Coast Paratroopers Association. In that particular project the USHEALTH office worked in partnership with Homes for Warriors to demolish an old home and rebuild a new one for the family of a local Army Specialist.

That is just one example. There are many across the nation of USHEALTH offices giving out winter coats to underprivileged children, volunteering on food and homeless shelters, and building houses for people who can’t afford it. All of this considered, the leadership of USHealth are convinced that they made the right decision in getting HOPE started.