Our newly remodeled center at Ft. Carson could not have opened at a better time. The holiday season tends to bring families together, but unfortunately also brings a sense of isolation for our service members who aren’t as connected to their loved ones as much as they would like to be. The Ft. Carson center continues to help bridge the gap and fill in as a surrogate family for those who need it most. We are fortunate to have amazing volunteers, willing to open the center doors for single soldiers, units, and command teams wanting to combat isolation and bring comradery amongst their teams. “I volunteer because I see they need us” David Montgomery, USO Colorado Volunteer.
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