Nisqually Indian Tribe Supports USO Northwest's Camp Lewis Center
The USO Northwest (USO-NW) would like to thank the Nisqually Indian Tribe for their generous $2,500 grant in support of the organization’s newest center – the Camp Lewis USO Center. Grant funds will be used to provide USO’s programs and services that focus on the health of the entire family.
USO-NW’s Camp Lewis Center will expand access to USO’s programs and services to the military members and their families stationed on the Fort Lewis side of JBLM. When the new Camp Lewis USO Center opens in February 2018, it will provide a lounge with free internet, TVs, computers, games and donated snacks, and serve as a hub for family services and community outreach.
USO Northwest first launched its capital campaign in 2016 and received tremendous financial support from numerous groups, businesses, foundations and individual donors. The USO Northwest has raised over $250,000 in funds and/or in-kind donations from generous community members like the Nisqually Indian Tribe.
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