No-Dough Dinner Program
Spring No-Dough Dinner at the Shali USO Center
Summer No-Dough Dinner at the Camp Lewis USO Center
Our No Dough Dinners are when the USO provides a delicious meal to the military just before payday when money can often be tight.
It is a unique and uplifting opportunity to bring together friends and neighbors in a casual, family-friendly, environment. Military parents get a night off from kitchen duty and their children have a chance to make new friends, all while enjoying a hearty meal provided by the volunteers and staff of the USO Northwest.
These meals are generously sponsored by our amazing supporters. As a sponsor, you receive visual recognition at the dinner, digital acknowledgment through the USO Northwest media, and have the option of personally attending or sending representatives to attend the dinner.
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