Why care packages help our soldiers feel connected to home

Central Florida Motorcycle Community Rides for USO Benefit

  • Central Florida’s motorcycle community joined forces during the 14th Annual USO Benefit Ride. The event, hosted at Orlando Harley-Davidson South, brought together riders from diverse backgrounds. Their mission was to raise funds for care package distribution through the United Service Organization (USO), under the leadership of the Greater Jacksonville Area USO.Crystal Bracero, the event coordinator at Orlando Harley-Davidson, emphasized the importance of these care packages. She mentioned, “There’s nothing like having a connection to home when you’re away. Most of us have loved ones or friends who have served, and we owe them our freedom.”

    These care packages symbolize a piece of home for deployed members and convey unwavering community support for their invaluable service. The USO’s Care Package Program provides military members with items like snacks, personal care products, and local reading material, among others.

To donate or volunteer for the USO, visit www.jaxuso.org.


The 14th Annual USO Benefit Ride in Central Florida demonstrated the power of community support for deployed military members. Riders joined forces to raise funds and distribute care packages, bringing a piece of home to those on the front lines. The USO’s Care Package Program continues to make a difference for our servicemen and women.

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