The Delaware Valley HR Person of the Year Awards is committed to giving back to the community. The Awards Program has been providing local charities with 100% of the proceeds from our successful fundraising for the last 18 years. Through our efforts, we have raised over $243,000 for local charities.
We’re delighted to announce the 2017 charity is the United Service Organizations (USO) of Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey, Inc. (Liberty USO).
For over seventy six years, the USO of Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey, Inc. has served the needs of the active duty, National Guard and reserve military personnel and their families throughout Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey. Liberty USO is a chartered affiliate of World USO, a 501c-3 nonprofit, and not a government agency.
The Liberty USO’s mission is to enhance the quality of life of the U.S. Armed Forces personnel and their families. In short, Liberty USO is the bridge between the civilian population and our soldiers. In times of war and peace, the Liberty USO has delivered its special brand of support, comfort, morale and recreational services to service members and their families.
Liberty USO’s service area covers the entire Commonwealth of the Pennsylvania and Mercer, Burlington, Ocean, Camden, Gloucester, Salem, Cumberland, Atlantic and Cape May counties in South Jersey.
To learn more, visit http://libertyuso.org/about/.
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Your organization will receive recognition for your donation in our program booklet and donated items will be prominently displayed with your company name on the evening of the event. We have found sporting event tickets, restaurant gift cards, hotel stays, golf packages, spa certificates and electronics to be very popular.
Other previous charities include Travis Manion Foundation, Ranch Hope, Inc., Veterans Multi-Service Center, New Choices Career Development Program, Handi-Crafters, Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic, Philadelphia Academies Inc., Support Center for Child Advocates, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Philadelphia Futures, Gaudenzia, The Bridge, Child, Inc., Chester County Futures, and Junior Achievement of Delaware.