Corporate PartnersHelp strengthen our service members by partnering with the USO.
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the USO has relied on the generosity of corporations and foundations for more than 70 years. Corporate support through sponsorship, cause-marketing initiatives, in-kind and philanthropic donations is vital to advancing the mission of the USO. For more information, please contact USO Corporate Alliances.
Become a Partner
Corporate America has always played an enormous role in the success of the USO.
Companies that partner with the USO find it a rich and rewarding experience, one that benefits not just the corporation and the USO but, even more important, our service members and their families. With input from our partners, we have developed different ways we can work together to strengthen our military by keeping them connected to family, home and country:
Short-term cause-related programs benefit the USO while offering companies a marketing tool to reach their target market and link them to the mission of supporting the troops.
More and more, Americans want to become involved in causes that are important to them through their workplaces.
If you have a corporate foundation seeking to reach troops and their families, you can join other generous donors and provide grant support for the USO.
Sponsorship of a Program or Event
Many of our supporters wish to direct their sponsorship to a specific USO program or event that directly meets their corporate goals.
Your company’s products or services can make a tremendous difference to our work. From airfare to furniture, computers and snacks for USO centers, to phone cards for deployed troops to call home, USO partners are providing vital in-kind support.
Through radio and television, on billboards, in kiosks or through other media, media partners can help build awareness and support from the American public—another vital means of support.
Commitment to our mission and donations of $2,000,000 per year for three years.
Chicago-based Boeing is the world’s largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space and security systems. As a long-time supporter of the men and women of the armed forces, Boeing recently made a three year $5 million investment in USO PathfinderSM to support more than 210,000 service members as they transition to civilian life. Boeing’s investment will also help the USO launch eight new support centers across the United States, with a planned nationwide expansion to 25 centers by 2020.
As a founding partner, The Coca-Cola Company has worked closely with the USO since 1941. For 78 years, this partnership has grown from not only refreshing military personnel through financial and in-kind product assistance, but also includes the development of programming that drives continued support for U.S. troops and their families. Coca-Cola is equally committed to supporting America’s veterans.
FedEx understands the importance of giving back to the men and women who proudly serve our country, especially during the holidays. FedEx is committed to supporting the USO Holidays program to ensure deployed service members feel connected to family, home and country during the holiday season. Additionally, FedEx supports the USO through significant in-kind shipping resources. FedEx’s shipping and logistics expertise allows the USO to deliver its programs and services to those who are deployed in distant countries, new assignment locations, or away from their families.
Harris Teeter takes great pride in serving our Nation’s servicemen and women, as well as their families. In 2012, Harris Teeter launched an annual in-store donation card campaign called Support Our Troops to benefit USO locations throughout its marketing areas. You can help Harris Teeter support the USO by making a Round Up donation in store April 5 – June 15, 2022
As the Official Healthcare Partner of the USO, Johnson & Johnson is proud to sponsor the USO health and wellness initiatives for America’s service members and their families. USO Special Delivery and other military family wellness and resiliency programs are a top priority to help keep our military operationally ready. For more than 130 years and 130,000 employees, Johnson & Johnson has aimed to improve access and affordability, create healthier communities, and put a healthy mind, body and environment within reach of everyone, everywhere.
Kroger expanded its 2010 partnership with a new year-long initiative called Honoring Our Heroes. The campaign included customers rounding up their purchase totals or dropping donations into coin canisters at checkout, the sale of commemorative reusable bags and in-store promotions with key suppliers. Kroger is the nation’s largest traditional grocery retailer, employing more than 338,000 associates who serve customers in 2,439 supermarkets and multi-department stores in 31 states, under two dozen local banner names.
Lowe’s has a long-standing commitment to honoring our military. Lowe’s and the USO came together to Honor Our Military Every day (HOME). USO and Lowe’s have been working together for over ten years to find ways to support our Armed Forces through transitions across military service, to include military spouse programing and transitioning out of the military. Lowe’s is the leader behind the Generation T movement created to change perceptions, show possibility of economic mobility with skilled trade education and bridge to apprenticeships and jobs. The USO and Lowe’s work together to educate transitioning service members and military spouses of the many career opportunities within the Skilled Trades.
Each year the NFL showcases the league’s commitment to the military and veterans through its national Salute to Service initiative. For almost 50 years, the league and its 32 clubs have collaborated with military support partners, including the USO, to create programs and moments of recognition throughout the year, including at Veteran’s Day, the NFL Draft, Super Bowl and Pro Bowl. The NFL is proud of its long lasting and historic ties to the military community and incorporates these relationships into all big events on the NFL calendar.
Contributions of $1,000,000 per year in either cash or budget-relieving in-kind for three years.
Coursera and the USO are partnering together to provide free resources to help service members and their spouses succeed in new careers or gain the expertise needed to achieve professional goals. As part of the collaboration, 3,000 Coursera licenses will be distributed through the USO Pathfinder® Transition Program, which offers professional development services to military members and their spouses through employment, education, financial readiness and mentorship programs. Service members and military spouses enrolled in the USO Pathfinder Transition Program will have the opportunity to select one Professional Certificate on Coursera to enrich their professional development.
Ernst & Young LLP (EY) and the USO have joined forces to support professional development within the military community. During a three-year strategic relationship, EY and the USO will create career and mentorship opportunities for service members and their spouses through the USO Pathfinder® Transition Program.
The Jeep® brand is proud to join forces with the USO to support troops around the world and honor the immense sacrifices our active-duty service members make. For more than 80 years Jeep® has been indelibly linked to freedom, adventure, authenticity, and passion. The Jeep badge stands for more than a brand. In truth, it’s a badge of honor.
A proud partner of the USO, Pratt & Whitney has supported the building efforts of the USO Center Connecticut and donated more than $1,500,000 in the support of service members and their families nationwide.
As part of its ongoing commitment to support the educational needs of our nation’s military, Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) is supporting the USO’s Pathfinder Program. This allows SNHU to expand its footprint of dedicated military academic and career advisors, with personal military experience, focused on ensuring the success of military students. As the worldwide Education Partner of the USO, SNHU will provide educational opportunities, skills preparation and assistance onsite at USO locations throughout the country.
In 1922, when 25 Army officers met in San Antonio and decided to insure each other’s vehicles, they couldn’t have imagined that their tiny organization would one day serve millions of members and become one of the only fully integrated financial services organizations in America.
Wawa and the USO are partnering to honor our nation’s heroes and to raise funds for the USO from May 30 – July 17, 2022. You can help Wawa support the USO by making a donation in store. To find a Wawa location near you, visit wawa.com.
Contributions of $250,000 in cash or budget-relieving in-kind per year.
- American Airlines
- Delta Air Lines
- Guaranteed Rate
- Lockheed Martin
- Marathon Petroleum
- Mars Wrigley Confectionery
- Mutual of Omaha Mortgage
- Old Dominion Freight Line
- Radisson Hotels Americas
- Tastykake (Flowers Foods, LLC)
- Wonder Bread (Flowers Foods, LLC)
Donations of a minimum of $50,000 in cash or budget-relieving in-kind per year.
- American Electric Power
- Bank of America
- Bob Evans Farms
- Constellation Brands
- Deep Eddy Vodka
- Deloitte LLP
- Enterprise Holdings
- Freedom Mortgage
- First Nation Group
- First Trust Portfolios
- General Mills
- Grifols (Talecris Plasma)
- Hilton Grand Vacations
- Horizon Hobby
- Humana Military
- LKQ Corporation
- Movement Mortgage
- Nordic Block Chain
- Northrop Grumman
- Old Camp Whiskey
- Peloton Interactive
- Sailor Jerry (William Grant & Sons, Inc.)
- Sony Computer Entertainment America
- Southeastern Grocers
- Tate's Bake Shop
- The Walt Disney Company
- Tito's Handmade Vodka (Fifth Generation, Inc.)
- T. Rowe Price
- United Airlines
- US Family Health Plan - Christus Health
- Wells Fargo
Graco, Hershey’s, Luna Gourmet, Mouse Book Club