This holiday season the USO is offering the perfect shopping solution to Americans tired of spending the weeks and days leading up to Christmas, in crowded shopping malls, trying to find that perfect and sometimes expensive gift for the person who seems to have everything that often ends up as clutter: The USO Wishbook.
A first of its kind, it’s the most comprehensive alternative giving catalogue that solely supports U.S. troops and their families. With gifts to suit every budget, the USO Wishbook offers items to support deployed troops, wounded warriors and military families, priced from $15 up to $5,000 for extraordinary gifts. For $25 or less, you can purchase a care package that helps get a service member through the initial days of deployment, a kit to help a military child cope with the stresses of military life, or a calling card to keep a service member and their family connected.
A perfect gift for anyone on your list, help us lift the spirits of America’s troops and their families for the holidays!
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