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Just in Time for the Holidays, The USO and CarePages.com Launch 'Operation: Show You Care'
Date:12/10/2007

New Program Makes It Easy to Give Emotional Support and Show Gratitude to

Our Injured Service Members

ARLINGTON, Va., Dec. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- If you want to do something simple and meaningful to get into the holiday spirit, here's a great item for your "to-do" list: Take a few minutes to show someone who has been wounded in military service that you appreciate (and haven't forgotten) his or her sacrifices for our country.

Thanks to "Operation: Show You Care," a new program from the USO and CarePages.com, everyone now has an opportunity to personally express their support and gratitude to the more than 30,000 wounded troops. This program, available at http://www.carepages.com/wounded-troops.com, features several ways to help injured service members, including:

-- Free "We Care" cards - If you know of a wounded service member, you can

create online a customized card, which you can then email to up to 10

other people for them to sign and add a brief encouraging message. The

card is then automatically mailed through the U.S. Postal Service to

the designated recipient. The service is free to the first 3,000

people.

-- "Yellow Ribbons for Wounded Troops" - Anyone can send a ribbon and best

wishes to the military personnel featured here

http://www.carepages.com/yellow-ribbons or add someone they would like

be honored and supported by this simple tribute.

-- Free CarePages - Create a private, personalized Web site for a wounded

service member that makes it easy for family and friends to connect,

stay in touch and tap into the healing power of emotional support from

the CarePages.com community of 2.5 million members.

-- Other USO opportunities - Donate, voluntee
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SOURCE USO; CarePages.com
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