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"The spirit of service and selflessness that is seen in military communities across our country represents what is best about America, and as a Nation we owe our brave service members and their families more than gratitude - we owe them the support they have earned. Joining Forces will ask all Americans to take action, because each of us has a role to play in reconnecting with military families in our communities." -- First Lady Michelle Obama

Explore these ways to take action

First Lady Michelle Obama volunteers

Start Your Own Volunteer Project

Have an idea to support military families in your community? Create a project and invite others to join.


Pledge Service Hours

Pledge service hours in honor of the service military families, veterans and service members.

Send a message to service members

Send Your Message of Thanks

A simple act of kindness can mean so much. Say thanks to a military family today.

USO Website

Share Your Story of Support

How are you serving our nation’s military families? Tell us your story.


Spread the Word

Use Joining Forces web banners and buttons to link to from your website and show your support.


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