Grant a Wish for Our Heroes is our observance of Veterans Day and serves as a way for Americans to show appreciation for the exemplary service given by our nation’s servicemen and women.
The USO lifts the spirits of troops and their families by providing morale boosts in many ways. Whether it is keeping deployed servicemen and women connected to their families or making a troop’s time in theater a little more comfortable or supporting returning wounded, ill and injured troops as they work to recover, the USO remains steadfast in delivering goodness to our nation’s military and its families.
Learn more about our programs and services and how you can help at USO.org.
More from the USO
Oct 25, 2020
During Journey Home Across Three Continents, Combat-Wounded Soldiers Lean on the USO
It’s been almost two decades since the first 9/11-related deployments took place, and yet, this fact still remains the same – thousands of the U.S. military members are currently deployed overseas, separated from those they love, and are selflessly risking their lives on dangerous missions for our nation.
Oct 23, 2020
Reserve and National Guard Members Signed Up to Serve Part-Time; But They’re Deploying More Than Ever Before
National Guard members and reservists have been deploying more often than ever before, which can pose unique challenges for both the service members themselves and their families. Here is how the USO is trying to help.
Oct 22, 2020
What is a Blue Star Family?
Blue Star Families sacrifice so much – like normalcy and time with their loved ones – and deserve to be honored and supported. Read about what it means to be a Blue Star Family and how the USO fights to keep them connected to their service member throughout their military career.