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Project USO Elf: Help a Military Child in Need!

We’ve been involved with the USO of Metropolitan Washington (USO-Metro) for over 16 years, and each program reminds us why we love being involved with this phenomenal organization! Project USO Elf is one of the organization’s special holiday programs, dedicated to helping military children and families. We hope you’ll agree this is a program worth supporting!

 

Project USO Elf is devoted to providing 1,200 children of military families with gifts for the holidays. Area companies, organizations and families can register to "sponsor" a local military child this holiday season. While military families face challenges year-round, holidays can be especially difficult. Volunteering as a sponsor for this program can help to bring a smile to a child’s face, and reminds us what the holiday season is really about.

To volunteer as a sponsor, please visit www.usometrodc.org/holiday -- this provides registration information and matches you with a child in the program. Within two weeks, you will receive your sponsor child’s first name, gender, age and holiday wish list. Donors are asked to purchase a minimum of two gifts and/or gift cards from the list, totaling $50 or more for each child. Once you make your selections from the child’s wish list, you will receive information about where to drop off the gifts – drop off locations include the OUCP Warehouse, Fort Belvoir & McGill Training Center, and Fort Meade. All gifts must be dropped off on December 10th between 6:00 am and 7:00 pm. Do not worry about gift wrapping the presents; USO-Metro will do that for you!

If you are able to help and would like to assist military families in the Washington D.C. metro area, please register to be a sponsor in the Project USO Elf program! If you have questions about the program and how to help out, contact Shannon Rush at 703-805-4277 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If you would like to support a military child in need through Project Elf, but don’t have time to shop, you can donate $50 per child at www.usometro.org/donate.

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