Hey PCH Fans!
Have you ever experienced a moment in your life that you knew you’d remember forever? Whether it was your wedding day or the birth of your child, memorable moments happen in our lives all the time. My question for you is, do you really appreciate them? For many of our men and women in the United States Armed Forces, they cannot afford to take these special moments for granted. There is no telling what tomorrow will bring. Our men and women in the United States Armed Forces miss out on so many special moments because they are far from home, risking their lives, so that we can experience those moments that we hold so dear. For our troops, Every Moment Counts.
Beginning this Veterans Day weekend, November 8th, the USO is launching the campaign Every Moment Counts to show our troops and their families just how much we appreciate the sacrifices they make due to their commitment and service to our country. Through the site USOmoments.org, the USO invites you to take a moment and send a special “Thank You” message that will warm the hearts of our dedicated troops. Every bit of gratitude is humbly appreciated.
Remember, you can also help support the USO and all the wonderful work it does by voting in The Give Back! This holiday season, Publishers Clearing House is giving away over $100,000 to charity, and we’re so proud that the USO is one of the three incredible charities participating. You can vote every single day on our PCH Fan Page on Facebook to show support for your favorite charity and it’s absolutely FREE! If you haven’t voted yet, it’s not too late to help make a difference.
P.S. Comment below to tell us what you think about the USO’s Every Moment Counts campaign.
The Give Back promotion will run from October 28, 2013 – November 25, 20123. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®, USO (United Service Organizations) and The ASPCA® (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) will each receive a guaranteed minimum contribution of $25,000. The maximum contribution for the winning charity is $50,000.