Greetings from the USO Midwest Region and thank you for your interest in supporting the troops! USO Midwest is here to deliver comfort and to enhance the morale and well-being of all our service members and their families throughout the 10 states in our region.
Since 1941, USO volunteers have been at the heart and soul of lifting the spirits of America’s troops and their families throughout the world. This section of our website is designed to provide you with information regarding volunteer opportunities and needs within the Midwest Region, and more specifically in North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota, and Michigan.
You will find USO Centers throughout Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Ohio in addition to providing year-round recreational, educational, social and supportive services and programs to troops and their families. Please click on the states above to visit their websites for more information on volunteering in those locations.
USO Midwest offers outreach support to North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota, and Michigan through our Mobile Centers and programming including educational, recreational, social, deployment, and transition support for service members, spouses, and youth dependents. Volunteer opportunities in these states will vary depending on location and identified needs. If you are interested in becoming a USO volunteer in North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota, or Michigan, please follow the steps below.
–> Click this link <– to complete and submit the on-line Volunteer Interest Application Form. After your application is received the USO Midwest Region will be in contact with you about the possible opportunities and next steps.
Volunteers must be a minimum of 18 years of age to volunteer with the USO, unless accompanied by a legal parent or guardian, and willing to submit and have an approved background check when/if required.
We look forward to learning more about you!
Click here to apply and receive more information about becoming a USO Volunteer.Continue on volunteers.uso.org