Help Build a Home for a Wounded Hero
Actor and humanitarian Gary Sinise, the Gary Sinise Foundation and his Lt. Dan Band, along with the Lancaster JetHawks, join the efforts of Lancaster High School students who initiated the ‘Operation All The Way Home’ (OATH) non-profit organization to specifically help Lancaster’s Home Town Hero, Army Specialist (RET) Jerral Hancock, in building him a specially adapted home.
SPC Jerral Hancock
On May 29, 2007, Jerral Hancock was on patrol in Iraq when his tank rolled over an E.F.P. (Explosively Formed Penetrator). He lost his left arm, sustained burns on 30% of his body, and was paralyzed below the chest from shrapnel in his spine. Cruelly, that tragic day also marked his 21st birthday.
Jerral, a single father of two, needs our help. His current home is not suited to his needs. This fundraising concert will help provide Jerral and his family with a new home customized to ease the day-to-day struggles they face.
Read his full bio.
Gary Sinise’s Lt. Dan Band will perform a benefit concert on May 10, 2014 at 7pm at the JetHawks Stadium. 100% of the proceeds from the concert will go towards the OATH programs building of the specially adapted home for Jerral and his family.
Tickets to the Lt. Dan Band Concert will be available at OathTickets.com.