USHEALTH Advisors, commonly known as USHA has come up with a mission, HOPE, that they have made their daily mode of living. HOPE is an acronym for Helping Other People Everyday, used by the USHA community to remind them of their commitment to impacting the lives of other people living around them positively.

This mission was initiated in 2010 by the USHA’s president, Troy McQuagge Son. He did so immediately after becoming the president of the mother company, USHEALTH Group, Inc. is a philanthropist, Troy had the needs of the community at heart and wanted not only him but the entire organization to be able to improve the lives of people in every way possible whenever possible.

It was not long after the initiation of this mission that Troy and fellow leaders joined hands with Phoenix of New Orleans (PNOLA), to aid after the occurrence of the Hurricane Katrina. Together, the two teams took it upon themselves to rebuild homes for the victims in the areas of the city where massive destruction had occurred. USHA offered their time and selves in the restoration efforts. They wanted to make sure that the residents of New Orleans touched by the hurricane had good and safe houses.

In 2011, the company made a wholesome donation of shoes, clothing and other necessities to The Crisis Nursery children’s shelter. This is because USHA’s HOPE Initiative is their way of giving back to the society since they believe all that matters is not business alone but also the people who as a matter of fact, matters more.

HOPE impact to the society was already being felt even after a few years of its existence. In 2012, $25,000 check was donated to HOPEKids Arizona, another nonprofit organization that offers support to families with children suffering from cancer and other terminal diseases. A $45,000 was added to the same organization later. Check:

Troy McQuagge, who is the CEO of USHEALTH Group Inc. has contributed much to the company’s expansion and his selflessness has been a challenge to the entire team. They have been striving to lead lives of service more than just looking for a successful life. No department of USHA takes lightly the need to help. Read more on about Troy McQuagge Son