In 6 days, we open the doors on the new USO Warrior and Family Center at Fort Belvoir, Virginia - the first of its kind.
But this is more than just a new USO center. This is a symbol of America’s commitment to our wounded troops and their families. It’s an opportunity for all of us to let our troops know we’re right there with them.
The most effective and efficient way you can do that is by becoming a USO Proud Patriot. Your monthly pledge will be a clear sign to our troops that you’ll be there for them every day.
As a USO Proud Patriot, you’ll be playing a pivotal role in delivering support to our troops.
This special group of supporters gives us the resources to do more for our troops – more free calls home, more care packages to the frontlines, and more care for our wounded, ill and injured troops at the new USO Warrior and Family Center.
And once you make the decision to become a USO Proud Patriot, we’ll immediately send you an exclusive USO tote bag to show our appreciation.
This new center is an important step for us here at the USO. It’s a chance for us to renew our commitment to our wounded troops and their families, and to show them we’ll be by their side every day. I hope you join us in sharing this excitement by becoming a USO Proud Patriot today.
Thanks for all you do,
Sloan Gibson USO President and CEO
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