Our volunteers have always been the heart and soul of our organization,“ states Elaine Rogers, “Without them, we simply would not exist.
Recovering Service Members Giving Back to USO-Metro
Retired SFC Bill Litner, a volunteer at the USO Warrior and Family Center at Fort Belvoir, elaborates on how volunteering with USO-Metro brought him happiness, understanding, and purpose.
A Volunteer Shares Her Reason for Giving
Amy Coleman, a volunteer with the USO-Metro Lounge at the Baltimore Military Entrance Processing Station, describes why she gives back to the USO and what volunteering has given her. Every volunteer has a reason for giving back to the USO. Many volunteers express that the time they spend volunteering is so much more rewarding than they ever thought possible.
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