The USO is lucky to have a supportive and giving Facebook community and we have an exclusive “thank you” to our fans! In response to your many requests, we have created a limited edition, heather red “Proud Fan” t-shirt available exclusively to our Facebook fans!
With a generous donation of just $25, you’ll be supporting all of the wonderful USO programs and services that let our troops know we’re there for them — something that’s especially important this time of year. And as an added bonus, the USO will send you this free, limited-edition t-shirt to wear on Red Shirt Fridays - every Friday people throughout the nation wear red in support of our troops! That’s 52 times a year to show off your patriotic style!
With care packages full of the items they need the most, free phone calls to friends and family back home, programs and services committed to reintegrating our healing heroes and so much more, the USO is making sure our troops can always enjoy a touch of home.
Thank you for taking part in this campaign! - Vyque White, Director of New Media
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