About this Location
At Bob Hope USO, we have continued to make good on our long-standing mission of strengthening the brave men and women who protect and defend us each and every day, by providing a home away from home and giving their families the support they need to carry on.
Despite the ever-changing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic throughout 2021, we consistently delivered the mission by focusing on creating meaningful impact at our centers and through outreach at new locations. With two new center openings at Fort Irwin and Twentynine Palms, consistent outreach and program delivery at Vandenberg Space Force Base and Naval Air Weapon Station China Lake, and the addition of two new USO vehicles to our fleet, we enhanced our ability to serve troops and their families throughout Central and Southern California.
In 2021, Bob Hope USO’s network of 538 volunteers dedicated nearly 48,000 hours of their time each and every day to maintain our centers at functioning capacity across our geographic service area. Those volunteers, along with USO staff, delivered 135,664 meaningful service connections with service members and their families.
In 2022, we aim to recruit more patriotic individuals who desire to give back to our service members and the military families who have already given so much to our country.
Visit BobHope.USO.org to learn more.
Amenities at this Location
Food & Beverages
- Coffee & Tea
- Food Pantry
- Full Kitchen
- Snack Bar
- Charging Stations
- Computers & Laptops
- Desks & Work Areas
Multimedia & Gaming
- Movie Theaters
- TV & Cable
Rest & Relaxation
- Baby Changing Station
- Children’s Play Area
- Patio & Outdoor Space
- Sleeping & Quiet Area
Services & Information
- Information Desk
- Local Information
- Luggage Carts
- Luggage Storage
Featured PersonCharlene Downey, Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org
“Thank you so much for all that the USO does for families, especially during this very interesting time we live in... We moved here a year ago, ahead of my husband. We knew no one and could not live in military housing due to our dog, so we felt very isolated. It felt very lonely before we started coming to the USO. Thank you for being there for us, especially during that difficult transition. We really appreciate all that you do to support families!"The Hickman Family, USO San Diego Find out how to support USO
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