The USO is preparing our next big USO2GO shipment. It weighs a ton – literally.
That’s because it’s filled with the comforts of home – items that can help our troops transform remote forward operating bases in Afghanistan into a place where they can organize a pick-up football game, play guitar, or just relax in a beanbag chair.
We need your help to make this delivery possible. And, when you send a gift, we’ll add your name to a huge “thank you” banner that will be included in the shipment.
And this time, you can play a personal role in delivering that thanks by adding your name to our USO banner included in the shipment.
Imagine how our troops will feel when they unpack the boxes to find your name and the names of thousands of other USO supporters on a banner letting them know their country is standing proudly behind them.
And every day, as they enjoy some of the comforts of home you’ve helped provide in this USO2GO shipment, they’ll see your name and know there are people out there caring for them, supporting them and honoring their service.
I know how strongly you stand by our troops and I hope you’ll take part in this great campaign today.
Thanks for all you do,
Kelli Seely, Senior Vice President, Chief Development Officer, USO
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