Gold Bullion Dealer Pledges Profits to American Red Cross for Typhoon Yolanda Victims

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Gold-Bullion.org plans to support typhoon’s victims by donating half of all profits from the last week in November, up to $100,000, to the American Red Cross.

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It’s at times like these, especially right before Thanksgiving and Christmas, that we all need to take a hard look at ourselves and figure out what we’re capable of giving-wise.

Gold-Bullion.org, an organization dedicated to keeping the American public informed about gold bullion investments, has pledged up to $100,000 to the victims of Typhoon Yolanda, or Haiyan, via profits it takes in over the next week. Company spokesman Hank Ford says that 50% of all profits taken in through December 2nd, up to $100,000, will be directed to the American Red Cross for the benefit of the Philippines typhoon’s victims.

“It’s sad that their neighbor, China, is such a huge economy but has only donated $2 million while people in the United States, the nation of generosity, has given tens of millions of dollars through the government, companies and individuals,” Ford said. “It’s at times like these, especially right before Thanksgiving and Christmas, that we all need to take a hard look at ourselves and figure out what we’re capable of giving-wise.”

Gold-Bullion.org sells gold bullion bars and gold bullion coins, and Ford says that profits from all of the company’s offerings will be eligible for donation. “From today on through the Monday after Thanksgiving we will be adding up the numbers and we sincerely hope to be able to give the entire $100,000,” Ford commented.

Gold-Bullion.org is one of North America’s most renowned gold bullion dealers, providing unparalleled service to other dealers, institutions, and “mom-and-pop” gold bullion investors. Gold-Bullion.org maintains an A+, Zero Complaint Better Business Bureau rating and can assist with physical gold bullion purchases and liquidations as well as Gold Bullion IRA transactions. For more information or a free “Gold Bullion Investor’s Guide,” visit http://www.gold-bullion.org or call them directly today.

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