About USO/Sears Holiday Program
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USO/Sears Holiday Program info
In this season of giving, Sears is enabling America to thank you for all of the sacrifices that you make for our country by fulfilling the wishes of your family this holiday season.
Sears created the Heroes at Home Wish RegistrySM so that the American public can help make your familyís wishes come true during this holiday season. The idea is simple. Sears will feature the wish lists of selected military families and will allow American to fulfill those wishes by purchasing and donating Sears gift cards.
Itís easy for you to be included. Simply go to www.sears.com/wish and provide the basic information requested between August 27th and September 17, 2008. Sears will review your information and verify you meet eligibility requirements.
Donations made to the wish registry are not tax deductible. 100% of donations to the wish registry will be used to purchase Sears gift cards for Heroes at Home Wish Registry participants. Participation in the registry does not guarantee that you will receive a gift. In the event registries hit their maximum amount, the USO will receive any additional funds from the Heroes at Home Wish Registry. Other Terms and Conditions apply; please see www.sears.com/wish for full program details.
About the USO: For more than 66 years, the USO (United Service Organizations) has been providing morale, welfare and recreational services to U.S. military personnel and their families. The USO is a nonprofit, charitable organization, relying on the generosity of the American people to support its programs and services.
Go to www.sears.com/wish and learn how you can help fulfill the wishes of your loved ones this holiday season.
Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, "Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?" And I said, "Here am I. Send me!" -- Isaiah 6:8
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