Stories from USO of North Carolina
Harris Teeter and the USO of North Carolina team up to support military families
Harris Teeter and the USO of North Carolina to host a ribbon cutting ceremony at the USO of NC Charlotte Center for Harris Teeter’s new can…
Bikes built for military families
DURHAM (WTVD) – Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina partnered with the USO of North Carolina Wednesday to assemble 81 bikes for mi…
USO of NC provides leadership program for service members
Leadership training comes in many forms and on Tuesday more than 50 service members danced to develop communication skills.
'Place to Escape': How the USO of North Carolina-Jacksonville Became A Special Needs Family's Oasis
JACKSONVILLE, North Carolina—The Geronimes were familiar with the USO. But it wasn’t until their youngest son, Austin, was born that they t…
USO of North Carolina Delivers Birthday Cake Surprises to Single Service Members at Camp Lejeune
If you’re single and in the military, it’s easy to feel forgotten.
National Volunteer Week: Harry Fear
Our USO of North Carolina locations are staffed by an amazing group of nearly 800 volunteers. They have a wide range of backgrounds. Many a…
National Volunteer Week: Matt and Meg Segal
The USO of North Carolina has nearly 800 volunteers who aren’t paid for their time, but choose to help us achieve our mission. It’s Nationa…
National Volunteer Week: Dawn Preneveau
Dawn Preneveau lives near Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, NC but the commute to Jacksonville doesn’t stop her from volunteering with…
National Volunteer Week: Fanown Ruff
It’s National Volunteer Week, and we wanted to take some time to recognize and highlight some of our amazing volunteers. The USO of North C…
USO of NC, Jacksonville Celebrates 75 Years of Continuously Serving America’s Military
Jacksonville, NC (April 17, 2017) – On April 21 and 22, 2017, the United Service Organizations of North Carolina, Jacksonville Center will …
‘It's Our Job to Take Care of Everything': USO of North Carolina Honor Support Team Helps Families of the Fallen in Transit
RALEIGH, North Carolina—They’re an invaluable resource at a military family’s worst moment.