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Support Emergency COVID-19 Combat Service on #GivingTuesdayNow

April 29th, 2020


The Gary Sinise Foundation is proud to join with organizations around the world today on #GivingTuesdayNow, where our collective actions of charitable giving and community service unite us as countries in every hemisphere scramble to bend and flatten the curve of COVID-19 infections.

We invite you to donate to the Gary Sinise Foundation Emergency COVID-19 Combat Service, which serves the critical needs of those we are entrusted by Americans across the nation to faithfully honor and serve.

Your giving will support first responders, our hometown heroes, who desperately need personal protective equipment (PPE) and other lifesaving gear. For veterans, National Guard and Reserve Force members, first responders, and our beloved Gold Star families in need of financial assistance, your generosity will contribute to the Foundation covering the cost of expenses including groceries, utility bills, and moving costs to rent and mortgage payments.

Like many organizations that have mobilized their resources and personnel to meet the needs of those directly or indirectly affected by COVID-19, the Gary Sinise Foundation is utilizing its resources to support medical workers serving at ground zero in the coronavirus fight. Through Serving Heroes, your generosity will make it possible for ​these frontline heroes to receive a free meal, a gesture we can provide for the courageous work they are tasked with at hospitals ​and medical centers ​nationwide. Serving Heroes is also offered to active-duty military who are carrying out their duty at home and overseas​ in Germany and Korea​.

We come together during this unprecedented period in our history to do our part of service and charitable giving. As we have done since our founding in 2011, the Gary Sinise Foundation stands ready to meet this commitment to our nation's heroes and their families. Your generosity on this global day of philanthropy and community service will make the difference in the many ways the Foundation achieves its mission.