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Support Our Service Members Through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) - Designate #11381
Federal employees can donate to the nonprofits of their choice through the annual Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). Show your support of America’s service members and military families by designating the USO as a recipient of your CFC contribution. Your donations help us to provide critical support to those who need us most, including forward-deployed service members, military families, wounded, ill and injured troops, families of the fallen, and troops in transition.
The USO is happy to participate in your campaign kickoffs or other CFC events. Please contact us about participating.
YOUR CFC PARTICIPATION MAKES A DIFFERENCE.
With your support, the USO can continue to support military members and their families every day all over the world through programs like the USO Transition 360 Alliance. The Department of Defense estimates a total of 1 million service members will transition out of the military in the next four years. Each transition is unique, the USO recognizes this and seeks to help on a personal level.
The USO Transition 360 Alliance combines the effort from four top nonprofits, to help U.S. military personnel and their families successfully transition back into civilian life after their service ends. The USO Transition 360 Alliance partners include: RP/6, Hire Heroes USA, Stronger Families, and. Comfort Crew for Military Kids.
To learn more about the USO Transition 360 Alliance, please visit uso.org/360.
The USO is a private, non-profit organization, not a government agency. Our programs and services are made possible by generous donors like you!
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