Foundation Brings 'Last Out' with All-Veterans Cast to Steppenwolf Theatre
The Gary Sinise Foundation was honored to host an all-veterans cast performing "Last Out: Elegy of a Green Beret" at Steppenwolf Theatre, written by and starring Lieutenant Colonel Scott Mann, who served a combat mission in Afghanistan. A touring production championed by the Foundation, they played two incredible performances only on January 20 & 21.
Pup-Dates From Future GSF Service Dogs Forrest, Jenny, Mattingly & Taylor
It's time for another amazing "Pup-Date" from four of GSF's future highly-skilled guide dogs, Forrest, Jenny, Mattingly, and Taylor! It's time for all of you Grateful Americans to take a moment of paws as these photos are the perfect cure if you're having a ruff day.
Gary Sinise On Helping Nation's Oldest Pearl Harbor Survivor Travel To The National WWII Museum
Watch our very own Gary Sinise talk about a very special Soaring Valor trip to The National WWII Museum on Fox 11.
Pup-Date: Future GSF Service Dog "Chief" Brings Smiles To Clarksville PD
We have yet another amazing "Pup-Date" from one of GSF's future highly-skilled guide dogs named "Chief" that we couldn't wait to share!
A Truly Magical Final Day at Snowball Express 2022
This past week was a memorable one for the Gary Sinise Foundation at Snowball Express 2022. For the first time since 2019, we were able to host families of fallen military heroes for five days of healing and pure joy at our annual Disney in December event.
Inside Look at Wounded U.S. Army SGT Bryan Anderson's Home Dedication
Watch this exclusive look at the 81st wounded hero, U.S. Army SGT Bryan Anderson, receiving a R.I.S.E smart technology home!
Let's Make This Our Biggest Giving Tuesday Ever! Donate TODAY!
Today’s the day, folks! It’s Giving Tuesday, and we have an incredible match opportunity thanks to our partner, WoodmenLife, who has generously offered to match every dollar up to $500,000. That means we can raise a MILLION DOLLARS in support of our nation’s heroes, our wounded, the families of our fallen, and our first responders.
A Truly Memorable Soaring Valor Trip to the National WWII Museum
The Gary Sinise Foundation was thrilled to host 19 WWII veterans on our latest Soaring Valor trip from Nashville to the National WWII Museum in New Orleans. Everyone in attendance was overwhelmed with gratitude as we honored our nation's WWII veterans with the trip of a lifetime while they shared their rich history.