USO New England is behind the scenes (and behind their screens!) working hard to keep our wonderful community of service members and their families connected to home, family, and country during these unprecedented times. Though our centers are closed at this time, we are still committed to being there for you in any way we can.
Find us on our Facebook page every week day for something new — a video, a photo, a story — be it informative, supportive, or just plain fun!
Wild Card Monday, featuring a new fun video from our staff, volunteers, or community members.
Operation: Share a Smile and Resource Sharing (Tuesday), with fun, supportive, and informative content from across our wonderful community. Join in on the fun by sending us your photos that bring a smile!
Around the World Wednesday, featuring virtual content showcasing the great work of USO centers around the globe.
Challenge Thursday, a weekly kid-friendly at-home challenge. Winners are announced the next week, featured on our page, and receive a gift card to Texas Roadhouse!
Furry Friends Story Time (Friday), a video of a story being read alongside a furry friend. Join in, listen, and share this time with your own pet – and send us a photo!
We know these are trying times for all, but please know that USO New England is committed to being there for our service members and their families today, and every day. Until we can see you again in person in our centers, we look forward to connecting with you online.
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