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Veteran moves into new, accessible home with help from Gary Sinise

SAN ANTONIO — A wounded veteran with over 20 years of service moved into his new adaptive house Thursday with the help of a well-known benefactor. “We’re overwhelmed,” Juan "JJ" Guerrero said. “It’s a lot to process, you know, first day.”. The family's new accommodating home was built courtesy of...
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Gary Sinise Gives Wounded Veteran A Mortgage-Free, Adapted Smart Home and Gary Sinise Foundation Aims to Help Veterans with 'Invisible Wounds'

Gary Sinise Gives Wounded Veteran A Mortgage-Free, Adapted Smart Home and Gary Sinise Foundation Aims to Help Veterans with 'Invisible Wounds'. Gary Sinise Foundation Aims to Help Veterans with 'Invisible Wounds' and Gary Sinise Gives Wounded Veteran A Mortgage-Free, Adapted Smart Home. Your Illinois News Radar » And now for...
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Today’s famous birthdays list for March 17, 2021 includes celebrities Rob Lowe, Gary Sinise and Gary Sinise Foundation launching new health network for veterans and first responders

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‘Lieutenant Dan’ Gary Sinise to Assist More Colorado Veterans

You could look but you probably would not find another Hollywood star who cares more about the U.S. Military than Gary Sinise. He's proving that, again. There's no better line in a movie than when Lieutenant Dan says to Forrest Gump, 'I never thanked you for saving my life.' He then turns and hops off the boat into the water. It's a great line because it's heartfelt, but he never really does come out and say it; he just says he hasn't said it. I love it.
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MILESTONES: March 17 birthdays for Mia Hamm, Patrick Duffy, Gary Sinise and Gary Sinise Reveals Secret to His 40-Year Long Marriage

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Temecula Marine veteran who lost leg in Afghanistan gets specially adaptive, 100% mortgage-free home thanks to Gary Sinise Foundation and Gary Sinise Launches Mental Health Network For Veterans and First Responders

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Undiagnosed Military Veterans And First Responders Finally Have A Voice Thanks to Gary Sinise

When actor Gary Sinise starred as Lt. Dan in the movie Forrest Gump, he spoke to a number of veterans in order to accurately portray a soldier and a disabled veteran. It was then that he made the decision to do all he could to help military veterans and first responders as well. In 2011 the actor established a 501c non-profit organization to assist veterans, the Gary Sinise Foundation.
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Gary Sinise Launches Mental Health Network For Veterans and First Responders

After years of charity work on behalf of veterans, the Oscar-nominated actor who played Lt. Dan in Forrest Gump, has launched a mental health wellness network to provide ‘transformative care, treatment, and training’ to veterans and first responders who are experiencing post-traumatic stress or substance abuse. The Gary Sinise Foundation...
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Gary Sinise launches new effort to help veterans and first responders

Actor and humanitarian Gary Sinise and his foundation have launched a cognitive health and mental wellness network that will provide care to veterans and first responders experiencing post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injuries, and substance abuse. The Gary Sinise Foundation Avalon Network will build on the work of the Marcus Institute...
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Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation honors actor Gary Sinise

Gary Sinise, who is best known for his portrayal of Lt. Dan Taylor in "Forrest Gump," is joining a prestigious list in his home state. Springfield's Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation recently announced Sinise as this year's winner of its annual Lincoln Leadership Prize. During a virtual ceremony in April, the award-winning actor and philanthropist will be recognized for his commitment to helping support veterans, active-duty military, first responders, and their families.