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Mission To support the wounded military members and their caregivers by honoring their service with donations to aide in their rehabilitation. Our funding is supported through donations that are received from the community and other non-profit organizations.

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Thank you to Nick Stefanovic from the Monroe County Services Office for the invitation to attend the Call to Courage Awards Breakfast hosted by the Buffalo Pro Ministry of Athletics in Action. Such a great opportunity to share with Ryan Hackett to meet Buffalo Bills Players and listen to Frank Reich and Demario Davis from the NY Jets share their messages about their faith. ...

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Absolutely stunning home that was built by the Gary Sinise Foundation for a truly deserving couple, Taylor and Danielle Morris. Following their journey is nothing short of inspirational. So thrilled for them. Outstanding. ...

New photos from our specially adapted smart home dedication today for US Navy EOD2 Taylor Morris (Ret.) and his family in #Iowa. This forever home is made possible through the Gary Sinise Foundation's R.I.S.E. program (Restoring Independence Supporting Empowerment). Special thanks to Veterans United Foundation, The Home Depot Foundation ( Team Depot ), Semper Fi Fund, Tunnel to Towers Foundation, Hope For The Warriors, and many other donors for their funding support for this deserving hero. A big thank you to our in-kind donors; Shubert Design, Nortek Security & Control, National Wood Flooring Association/Hardwood Floors Magazine, Huber Engineered Woods, National Tile Contractors Association, Crossville, Inc., National Association of Home Builders, Benjamin Moore, North American Van Lines, #GE, Sunbelt Rentals, MAPEI Americas, Broan, Natural Stone Institute, American Airlines, KOHLER, 大成 Dentons, #Bertch, Mullican Flooring, Black Hawk Roof Co., Inc., Forever Cabinets by Kendrick , Beecher, Field, Walker, Morris, Hoffman & Johnson, P.C., Mayer Brown, Magee Construction company and the local Cedar Falls community. To learn more about R.I.S.E. and other #GarySiniseFoundation programs, visit: www.garysinisefoundation.org

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Happy Alive Day Ryan Hackett. We are honored to know you and call you our friend. ...

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Today is National Gold Star Spouses Day. Never Forget. ...

#DYK today is Gold Star Spouses Day? Let us take a moment to honor and thank those service men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our nation.

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Congratulations to Deputy Nick Greco on all of your achievements. We are so proud of you. 🇺🇸🎗💜 ...

Today in afternoon Road Patrol briefing Deputy Nicholas Greco received his official Deputy Sheriff Oath of Office from Sheriff Dougherty. The following was read aloud prior to the oath. Deputy Nicholas Greco was raised in Webster, NY, by his mother Paula. Nick has two brothers, Joe and Chris, along with a sister, Amanda. Nick graduated from the Webster High School in 2008, and joined the Army in 2009. While in the Army, Nick was a member of an infantry unit, and was deployed to Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom and subsequently Operation New Dawn. While on deployment, Nick was injured by an IED explosion, leading to his being issued a Purple Heart, and he was medically discharged from the Army in 2013. Following his service in the Army, Nick enrolled at MCC, and also joined the West Webster Fire Department. Nick still had a desire to serve his community, and enrolled in the Rural Police Training Academy as a pre-employment recruit in 2016. Nick worked hard and impressed the instructors, who in turn recommended him to the Sheriff for hire. In 2017 Nick moved to Avon, NY and was then hired as a part time Deputy Sheriff assigned to the Road Patrol Division. The Sheriff's Office provided his phase 2 training to get him certified as a police officer. Deputy Greco has finished his field training and has been working on his own for several months now. We are proud to have Deputy Nicholas Greco as part of our team, and thankful for his prior and continued public service.

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