Adopt Our USO
USO Andersen’s “Adopt Our USO” program encourages commands, organizations, and corporate sponsors to host their own branded day at the USO and allows their volunteers to run the center for a day. To participate, an organization must provide volunteer leaders who successfully complete training in the center and agree to serve as responsible leaders for other volunteers from their organization. As a team, they run the center for the day welcoming guests, serving food, providing information, and ensuring a warm and inviting atmosphere. This unique program creates an opportunity for organizations to connect with service members and families and become more familiar with USO’s mission, programs, and services.
For more information, please call (671) 654-4USO or email email@example.com
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