USHEALTH Group is an insurance company that has been under the leadership of Troy McQuagge son since 2010. When Troy became president and CEO of the company, he made it his purpose to change its priorities. Under his guidance, USHEALTH would make helping ordinary people part of its mission. To this end, he established the Helping Other People Everyday (HOPE) program. Troy saw it the HOPE program as the vehicle by which USHEALTH would make a positive difference in the lives of others. Read more on prweb.com about Troy McQuagge Son
The last thing Troy wanted was the HOPE program to function as a mere public relations activity—to show people how kind and humane USHEALTH was trying to be to the poor and disadvantage. He wanted real action and a real organizational commitment. Over the years, he has received precisely that.
The HOPE program’s first foray was to New Orleans. It joined forces with a local charity called Phoenix in New Orleans to rebuild homes for victims of Hurricane Katrina. USHEALTH employees volunteered hundreds of man-hours to the restoration of homes, so that people could have a safe and secure place to stay.
In 2011, company employees dedicated thousands of dollars’ worth of shoes, clothes, food, and baby formula to The Crisis Nursery, which is a shelter for homeless children in Phoenix. In 2012, in the same city, company executives presented a check of $25,000 to HOPEkids Arizona. This is a charity that specializes in helping children who are suffering from cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. In the following year, the company gave $45,000 to a HOPEkids chapter that opened in North Texas, near its corporate headquarters.
The response of USHEALTH employees to the HOPE program is beyond what Troy expected when he first set it up. People have not only worked to raise money; they have also dedicated their time and know-how to particular projects. USHEALTH employees have taken ownership of the HOPE program. It has become thoroughly integrated into the structure and operations of the company. Employees have accepted the challenge of helping people who are in dire circumstances or who just need a little bit of help to live a more bearable life. Read:https://www.ushacareers.com/stronger-than-you-know/