Corporate PartnersHelp strengthen our service members by partnering with the USO.
Partnering with the USO
As a 501©(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 $1,000,000 or more per year.
To date, AT&T has donated 76,160,300 minutes to service members. AT&T has sponsored the USO for more than 25 years, AT&T has proudly supported servicemen and women and military families. AT&T has provided pre-paid phone cards to support the USO’s Operation Phone Home program, which distributes prepaid international phone cards to deployed service members at USO locations overseas and, most often, delivers the cards directly to military units in remote locations.
Clark Construction Group, LLC, is of the nation’s most experienced and respected providers of construction services, and is consistently ranked among the country’s largest general building and civil construction firms. Beyond building, Clark is passionate about making an impact outside of the jobsite, and is committed to creating meaningful change in the communities it serves.
As a founding partner, The Coca-Cola Company has worked closely with the USO since 1941. For 75 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, such as Operation Enduring Care. Coca-Cola is equally committed to supporting America’s veterans. Most recently, Coca-Cola announced a commitment to hire 5,000 veterans by 2018.
FedEx understands the importance of giving back to the men and women who proudly serve our country, especially during the holidays. FedEx has committed to sponsor the USO Holidays for Heroes program through 2018 to ensure deployed service members feel connected to family, home and country during the holiday season. They have also invested in USO Transition Services and local USO center transition programs by making USO the beneficiary of donations made in honor of the FedEx NFL Air & Ground Player of the Week and Year winners.
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 chapters throughout its marketing areas.
In 1941, the Jeep brand was there on the front lines to not only take our troops into battle but to also return them home safely. Today, after 75 years of celebrating Freedom, the Jeep brand is proud of its alliance with the USO through our Operation SAFE Return Platform. Through this partnership – we support our nation’s heroes and their families through donations that provide Secure Transport, Aid for Transition, Freedom Adventures and Enduring Care.
For more than a century, Johnson & Johnson has been committed to supporting the wellness of servicemen and women, and their families. As the Official Healthcare Partner of the USO, Johnson & Johnson will support and sponsor programs that will offer direct aid, comfort, including a matching gift program for USO Wishbook and Johnson’s Baby product for new and soon-to-be military moms who may be far away from friends and family. Johnson & Johnson is also proud to support the USO’s Warrior and Family Center at Bethesda, which serves soldiers (and their families) who are treated at the Walter Reed National Medical Center.
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.
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.
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 Transition 360 Alliance. 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/RP6 locations throughout the country.
Contributions of $500,000 or more in either cash or budget-relieving in-kind per year.
Altria is dedicated to supporting programs and services for active, wounded, ill, and injured, and service members transitioning to civilian life, as well as providing positive programs for military children.
With veterans at our helm, BBMC Mortgage has made it our mission to support military families in every way within our power. Our Patriot’s Charity partnership with the USO has helped thousands of veterans, active service, and military spouses since January 2015 – and still going strong.
BIC USA, Inc. show their support for our troops by donating $0.09 of every BIC® “Support the Troops” Collectors Series Lighter purchased to support USO programs and services.
Since its founding in 1936, GEICO has worked to offer members of the U.S. military the most affordable insurance options.
Lockheed Martin supports the USO through the company’s Lockheed Martin Employees Care program. The company pledges to provide USO centers and USO programming support through in-kind donations.
Microsoft supports the USO with in-kind software and technical support and sponsors military appreciation events to raise funds for USO2Go.
Starbucks and the USO are committed to serving those who serve. Together, we’re dedicated to supporting service members and their families in their transition from military to civilian life, and to fostering a spirit of connection between civilian and military communities.
TKS is the leading English-language telecommunication service provider in Germany and Vicenza, Italy. TKS provides all telecommunication services for the USO in Europe as well as support of operational, programmatic and event opportunities.
Target is committed to honoring, serving and bringing joy to active duty servicemembers, veterans and their families. Since it started tracking veteran hires in 2014, Target has hired more than 7,000 veterans as team members. As part of its commitment to bringing joy, Target has partnered with the USO, Heidi Murkoff and What to Expect to host baby showers for expectant service members and military spouses, and supports military families through the USO’s Family Activity Pack and EmPaCt programs.
Founded in 1922, USAA has provided insurance, banking, investments, retirement products and advice to 11.4 million current and former members of the U.S. military and their eligible families.
Wawa has partnered with the USO to honor, salute and celebrate our troops and their families to raise funds for local USO programs and services.
Donations of a minimum of $100,000 in cash or budget-relieving in-kind per year.
- Bank of America
- Bass Pro Shops
- Cracker Barrel Old Country Store
- Indian Motorcycle International, LLC
- Deloitte LLP
- MGM Resorts International
- Military Bowl
- Monster Energy
- NewDay USA
- North American Van Lines
- Northrup Grumman
- Pritzker Military Museum & Library
- Russell Stover
- Sony Computer Entertainment America
- The Grainger Foundation
- The Walt Disney Company
Donations of up to $100,000 in cash or budget-relieving in-kind per year.
7-Eleven, Inc.; Accenture; Activision; AirPower Foundation; Agility Defense & Government Services; American Management Association; Anheuser-Busch, Inc.; Bacardi U.S.A., Inc.; Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp; BIGS LLC; Blackbaud; BP. Americas; CACI International Inc.; Cobham; Colonial Pipeline; Continental Building Products, LLC; Direct Mail Processors, Inc.; DRS Technologies; Dunkin’ Brands, Inc.; DynCorp International; Ernst & Young; ESPN; EURPAC Service, Inc.; Express Scripts; FTD.com, Inc.; GE Aviation; GE Foundation; Grant Thornton LLP; Greenberg Traurig; Halfaker and Associates; Healthy Essentials; Huntington-Ingalls Industries; Initials, Inc.; Interbake Foods; Jack Link’s; Lenovo; MISSION BBQ ; New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc.; Occidental Petroleum Corporation; Oldcastle Architectural - Belgard Hardscapes; PenFed; Planet Technologies; R.C. Bigelow, Inc.; Rackspace; Sanderson Farms, Inc.; Sears Holdings; Southwest Convenience Stores, LLC; Triple Canopy, Inc.; UnitedHealthcare Group; University of Phoenix; USO Council of Georgia, Inc.; Vanguard Industries; Venable LLP; West Coast Novelty; WellPoint Military Care; West Coast Novelty; WLA, Inc.; Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company