For service members stationed in remote locations where there may not be a traditional USO center, USO2GO kits offer fun diversions and the comforts of home for units serving around the globe.
Developed using feedback from deployed service members, these customizable kits include everything from furniture and electronics to gaming and music equipment. USO2GO kits also include toiletries, snacks and other necessities that keep our men and women in uniform relaxed and revitalized. Since the program’s launch in 2008, more than 1,500 USO2GO kits have been shipped to more than 800 remote locations, including Afghanistan, Iraq, the Philippines, Egypt, Djibouti, Jordan, Australia and Kuwait.
USO Pathfinder® Transition Program
The USO Pathfinder® Transition Program extends the USO experience to active duty, Reserve, National Guard and military spouses by offering…
USO New York Ticket Program
USO is proud to partner with a variety of local sports and entertainment venues to provide active duty military personnel and their depende…
Operation Snack Bag
Stop by the USO daily after school to pick up a complimentary snack and activity for your kids!
Baby Showers: USO And What To Expect Present Special Delivery
Expecting a child, whether the first or the fourth, is a special time to be shared with family and friends. In the military community, howe…
Bob Hope Legacy Reading Program
In the spirit of Bob Hope and his dedication for bringing military families together, the program is largely driven by virtual, on-demand s…
The USO provides programs, entertainment and services at more than 200 USO locations worldwide, including 6 centers in the tri-state area. …
Operation Phone Home®
Even in today’s digitally advanced society, a simple phone call to a loved one can bring joy, peace and strength to families separated by s…
Spending time away from family and friends for weeks and months at a time is difficult. Missing out on the cheer and warmth that comes with…
Throughout the entire cycle of deployment, the USO is there to support service members and their families. When service members travel to a…