Quantum Rehab partners with Gary Sinise Foundation
Exeter, Penn., Sept. 28, 2012—Quantum Rehab’s national spokesperson and Purple Heart recipient Bryan Anderson was recently the guest of honor at the Gary Sinise Foundation’s “Inspiration to Action” dinner. It was held on Sept. 10 in Woodland Hills, Calif., and celebrated the organization’s one-year anniversary. Approximately 65 people attended the event that honored the foundation and recognized the accomplishments made possible as a result of the organization and its supporters’ generosity.
Over the past year the Gary Sinise Foundation has worked to create and support unique programs designed to entertain, educate, inspire, strengthen and build communities. Whether it be building a “smart home” for a wounded veteran, contributing to the TAPS emergency relief fund, providing meals for deploying and returning troops, offering scholarship funding for veterans and their families, donating two Lt. Dan Vans dedicated to transporting first responders to and from medical facilities or holding performances by the “Gary Sinise & the Lt. Dan Band” in communities and military bases across the country, the foundation is doing its part to respect and honor the American heroes who serve our country.
“I’m extremely proud to partner with the Gary Sinise Foundation and I encourage others to support them in their mission of helping our service men and women,” Anderson said. “The good works they do are extraordinary and they should be recognized and celebrated as a result.”
Headquartered in Studio City, Calif., the foundation is a nonprofit organization committed to serving and honoring our nation’s defenders, veterans, first responders, their families, and those in need. One hundred percent of every donation goes directly to fulfilling the Gary Sinise Foundation’s mission. For more information or to make a charitable contribution visit www.garysinisefoundation.org.