They’ve sacrificed so much for our country. Now, our troops are counting on us.
Your year-end donation to the USO’s At Home in Our Hearts campaign will help deliver vitally important services to our service men and women. And starting today, any gift you make through December 31st will be matched by a generous supporter – up to $350,000.
Whether they’re embarking on a new deployment in Afghanistan or returning from a difficult tour of duty in Iraq, you can let our troops know they’re At Home in Our Hearts. Your gift of $10, will provide $20 of support for our troops thanks to this limited-time matching gift opportunity.
Double the impact of your generosity with a tax-deductible gift to our troops today. As always, you can count on the USO to be right there on the front lines with our troops on duty in Afghanistan. They may not have made it home for the holidays, but, with your support, we’ll make it clear they are At Home in Our Hearts with free phone calls home, military care packages, mobile USO2GO units reaching troops at remote outposts and more.
With your help, the USO will also be there for those returning from service in Iraq, many of them after multiple deployments. We’ll extend a helping hand to children who have spent most of their lives thousands of miles away from Mom or Dad. We’ll be there for those who have come back from the front lines wounded. We’ll honor our troops not just in words, but in deeds.
I’m so grateful for all that supporters like you do, especially around the holidays, when our troops miss their homes more than ever. I can’t tell you how much it means to them to be able to count on USO centers and supporters for a cup of coffee, some time to relax with friends, or a simple hug.
General James Jones
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