What’s new for the USO Wishbook this year? We have eight new gift options for you to choose from!
Flight Home Comfort Kit For $60, make the trip home a bit more comfortable for wounded troops by helping to provide blankets and airplane pillows.
Run a Day Room for a Month For $1,500 you can foot the bill for one of Afghanistan’s Warrior Day Rooms that give wounded ill or injured troops a refuge from the frontlines to heal.
Writing the Right Resume For just $150, help Hire Heroes USA & the USO in our efforts to provide wounded, ill & injured troops with resumes & practice interviews that helps them to best represent their military skills & experience as they transition to the civilian sector.
Help Wounded Troops Navigate Their New Normal $1,000 will assist the USO and AspenPointe Peer Navigator as it facilitates mentorship between community leaders and returning wounded troops.
Relaunch a Troop’s Career With Career Opportunity Days, wounded, ill and injured troops are given guidance to secure jobs as they reintegrate into the private sector. Help for $250.
Give a Getaway to a Healing Family Help fund retreat programs for $750 with the USO and TAPS (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors) to organize getaways designed to mend families after trauma and tragedy.
Send a Military Child to Camp Unique camps provide military children from families of the fallen or kids who have recuperating parents with getaways designed to focus on their well-being. Send a child for $500.
Keep USO Mobile on the Go Keep USO Mobile rolling with a $500 contribution that allows the wheeled USO supply center on the road, supporting stateside troops at events and military installations.
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