About this Location
In a year where the pandemic continued to present its challenges, USO Northern California made it possible for our troops and their families to find strength in feeling connected at the USO.
Whether our troops were training in a remote region like Bridgeport, enlisting in San Jose, stationed at Travis AFB or traveling on orders through SFO, our USO volunteers were there to support and empower them.
During this year’s San Francisco Fleet Week celebration, USO Northern California continued its support of military service members and their families with its USO popup military lounges at three locations that provided over 4,725 service connections through free meals, refreshments, comfort items, and activities.
USO Northern California had more than 40,285 program participants, and similarly 40,782 center visits, resulting in an overall 81,067 total service connections. These numbers are possible thanks to the 152 volunteers who donated nearly 8,000 hours of their time to ensure our ability to operate and always offer assistance to our military service members in a meaningful way.
The need for volunteers continues to grow with an ever increasing need for our services across our service area. In 2022, we aim to recruit more individuals who desire to give back to our service members and their military families.
Visit NorthernCalifornia.USO.org for more information.
Amenities at this Location
Food & Beverages
- Coffee & Tea
- Daily Meals
- Food Pantry
- Snack Bar
- Charging Stations
- Computers & Laptops
- Desks & Work Areas
Multimedia & Gaming
- Board & Table Games
- TV & Cable
Rest & Relaxation
- Baby Changing Station
- Children’s Play Area
- Sleeping & Quiet Area
Services & Information
- Information Desk
- Local Information
- Luggage Storage
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“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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