2024 Season of HOPE

Giving back to our communities through service and love for others is who we are at USHA

USHA – HomeOffice – Fort Worth, TX
We would like to recognize the amazing employees of our very own USHEALTH Group in Fort Worth, Texas for their recent efforts in a canned food drive for the Fort Worth Hope Center. Together they donated 114 cleaning/household items, 164 personal hygiene items, 302 paper towels and toilet paper rolls, 1,915 non-perishable pantry items, and 2,533 diapers. Totaling to an impressive 5,050 items donated to the Fort Worth Hope Center who distributes food and other basic essentials twice a week to families who live in Tarrant County. Whether it be our field leaders across the nation or the incredible men and women here at USHEALTH Group, helping other people everyday provides each of us with a powerful purpose. Well done!

USHA – Tampa, FL
We would like to recognize the ladies and gentlemen of the Jason Greif Region in Tampa Florida. During their recent Regional meeting, they raised an outstanding $46,000 to support Hands Across the Bay, a charity dedicated to assisting Tampa Bay Area families in need. Hands Across the Bay provides essential services such as back-to-school supplies for children, holiday assistance programs, and crucial support for individuals facing crises like domestic violence or unexpected hardships. This generous donation reflects their community’s commitment to making a meaningful impact and supporting those facing challenging circumstances. Every dollar raised is an investment in the well-being and resilience of families in crisis. An excellent donation to an excellent cause!

USHA – Miami, FL
We would also like to recognize the members of the Eric Horstmeyer Division and Leah Tewell Satellite teams for their recent efforts on the recent Clean Miami Beach Initiative where collected garbage was weighed, catalogued and analyzed to be sent to Tallahassee where data is kept to monitor the current state of our oceans and beaches. Clean Miami Beach is dedicated to keeping the community and natural habitats free of garbage and harmful pollutants with a focus on single-use plastics. Great work for a great cause!

USHA – Dallas, TX
Our FTA team (Aspen Escamilla FTA – Dallas, TX) took a trip to the Feed My Starving Children non-profit organization today in Richardson to package meals to be sent over to Honduras for children in need of food! The FMSC organization relies on donations to fund the cost of meals and meal production, and also volunteers to package the meals. These meals are shipped around the globe to malnourished children in need. We were joined by other people at the event, and in total we packaged up 24,840 meals feeding 68 children for a year. It was an awesome experience, and one we will be doing again!

USHA – Tampa, FL
Thank you to the members of the Austin Baker Division in Tampa, Florida for their donations to Metropolitan Ministries. Metropolitan Ministries care for the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless in our community through services that alleviate suffering, promote dignity and instill self-sufficiency. The Baker Division was proud to be able to donate food for Thanksgiving, raising over 2,500 canned food goods to help families in need during the holiday. Incredible job ladies and gentlemen!

USHA – Houston, TX
The Kahil Division served in the Kids’ Meals warehouse packing over 7 pallets worth of lunches to be delivered to kids in need all over Houston. Kids’ Meals delivers free healthy meals to children in over 57 zip codes in the Houston area. They hand deliver to apartments, trailer parks and home while building relationships with these families in need. In the school year, they deliver about 7,500 meals a day to children 5 years and under. During holiday breaks, such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, and summer break, they will deliver meals to everyone in the household under 18 years of age which creates a greater need in donations and packaging.

USHA – Tampa, FL
We would also like to take the opportunity to give a shout out to the leaders in the Jason Greif Region for their donations to Wheelchairs 4 Kids, a non-profit organization focusing on enhancing the quality of life for children with physical disabilities. During their Regional Quarterly Meeting, the Greif Region came together to donate an incredible $12,374 to Wheelchairs 4 Kids’ “Let’s Roll Program”. This program provides wheelchairs, assistive equipment, home and vehicle modifications to these children and their families in need! A great donation to a great cause!

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