The USO 1941 Legacy Society
The USO 1941 Legacy Society recognizes those friends of the USO who make a gift through a will, trust or other estate plan to continue the USO's long tradition of connecting service members back to family, home and country. The generosity, dedication and patriotism of our 1941 Legacy Society members allows the USO to continue its mission. We deliver critical programs and services that promote a healthy, resilient, confident and prepared military as our dedicated service members continue to deploy far from their communities and family.
Among the benefits of membership include:
- Exclusive invitations to VIP events
- Exclusive invitations to USO educational and programmatic seminars
- Recognition on the USO's planned giving website
- Subscription to the USO eNewsletter
- Special USO Legacy Society pin
You can join the USO 1941 Legacy Society by completing the USO 1941 Legacy Society pledge form or mailing a copy of your estate planning paperwork to our address:
United Service Organizations, Inc.
Attn: Office of Planned Giving
2111 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 1200
Arlington, VA 22201
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