On May 11th, USO HRCV is yet again participating in Give Local 757, one of our community’s largest giving days of the year! Because of the generosity of local supporters in 2020, we were able to serve our military community like never before. Every dollar makes a huge impact in the lives of the military we serve. Let’s continue to show our local military how much we support them by becoming a Fundraising Champion on May 11!
The process is simple. All you need to do is reach out to your family and friends, and let them know all the wonderful reasons they should support the local mission. Even better, all of this can be accomplished from the comfort and safety of your home!
To become a Give Local 757 fundraiser for the USO of Hampton Roads and Central Virginia, follow these steps:
- Head to this website: https://www.givelocal757.org/organizations/the-uso-of-hampton-roads-and-central-virginia
- Click the yellow button at the top that says “Fundraise”
- You’ll receive an instructional email with your own toolkit and custom fundraising page to help us make history!
- Note: You need at least 10 donors on May 11 to contribute to your Fundraiser in order to count towards our Challenge goal!
We have so much faith in the ability of our volunteers and supporters to help us during this crisis, we have set a goal of $3,000!
We could not sustain our vital mission without you. We hope to see your name proudly displayed on the Give Local 757 website as a fundraising champion!
Click Here to see how your generosity in 2020 made an impact on our local military!
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