There are countless ways volunteers support the USO, but they all share an abiding dedication to our service members and their families. Whether it’s volunteering in one of our centers, welcoming service members at a homecoming, volunteering at special events, or providing a listening ear, our volunteers are the reason service members know they can count on the USO.
- Volunteers must be 18 years or older to volunteer in a center
- Minors (13 and up) are allowed to volunteer at some Special Events, only if parent or guardian volunteers WITH them and signs a Minor Wavier Form
- USOHRCV does not accept limited duration volunteer commitments, such as to fulfill court-ordered community service hours due to the time commitment required for volunteer training -In order to be considered for a volunteer position, all applicants must agree to submit to a security background check as required by many of the installations and airports where the USO centers are located (where needed)
- USOHRCV volunteers must not have been convicted of a felony
Interested in becoming a Volunteer? Please fill out the registration form HERE
You will be prompted to choose a location first. If you are not sure which location would be the best fit, please visit our Home Page in order to find out more information about each center including operating hours and services offered. After completing the volunteer registration and watching a short video, you will receive a warm welcome from one of our Center Directors. Thank you and we hope to see you in a center soon!
For information about volunteering with your trained therapy dog as part of our Canine Comfort Crew, please click here.
** USO STATEMENT ON VOLUNTEER SERVICE **
Serving America’s troops and their families is a privilege. Volunteers serve at the sole discretion of the USO and the organization may elect to engage or discontinue a volunteer’s services at any time or for any reason or no reason. Completing a volunteer interest form does not guarantee engagement in USO volunteer activities.Continue on volunteers.uso.org