Earlier this week, we announced that General (Ret) Robin Rand will come on board as the Chief Executive Officer of the Gary Sinise Foundation.
I don’t have any could’ve, should’ve or would’ves. I wouldn’t have changed anything. There’s not many people that the last words they said to their son or daughter was ‘I love you.’
Suicide impacts people from every walk of life, but the problem is even more severe among our military families. The greatest resource we have is each other.
Generations of American military heroes have sacrificed so much in defense of our nation’s freedom. While the settings may be different, like our military heroes, our first responders are asked to cast aside fear and put their personal safety on the line in order to protect others.
This Independence Day, join us in honoring the heroes who ensure America remains the land of the free and home of the brave.
All of our accomplishments are because of your support. Thank you for seven incredible years.
Our newest program, Snowball Express, celebrates our fallen military heroes and supports those left behind. We’d like to introduce you to a few of our families.
Eleven years after their first performance at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Gary Sinise & the Lt. Dan Band made their return. Once again it was a trip of a lifetime, and one Gary and the band will never forget.
After seven years, an organization becomes eligible to receive a rating from Charity Navigator based on two essential criteria: financial health and accountability/transparency. The Gary Sinise Foundation is humbled and honored to have received exceptionally high ratings in both.
We are thrilled and honored to bring the children of our fallen military heroes to _Walt Disney World®_ Resort in Florida this December. These families will have an opportunity to bond with the only people who can truly understand their loss: one another.