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Man Took Over 1,000 Kids Of Fallen Soldiers To Disneyland Free Of Charge


Man Took Over 1,000 Kids Of Fallen Soldiers To Disneyland Free Of Charge

“You can always do something little. It clear enough can’t be done!”

Gary Sinise, one among the thousands that have dedicated their lives to assisting others has proven that embarking on charitable activities, doesn’t largely depend on fame and wealth, but on being kind-hearted.

Sinise is recognized as both a musician and an actor. He had featured in Apollo 13, The Green Mile and in Forest Gump. But he’s well recognized for his philanthropical activities by thousands of his fans.

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Played Lieutenant Dan in the film, Forest Gump, Sinise presently works to honor and assist United States Military Veterans. The actor has even established – Gary Sinise Foundation – serving the needs of the defenders, first responders, their families, veterans, and communities.

‘We can never do enough to express gratitude to our nation’s defenders, but we can always do something little.’ Sinise explained.

A program called the Snowball Express, unveiled in 2017 has a major goal to honor fallen US Soldiers by taking kids on free trips to Disney World.

Over time, about 1,750 children had been conveyed down to the Orlando theme park for a 5-night trip, while their surviving parents had also received ‘We Remember’ pins at the event.

Accordingly, about 600 flags have been lined up to represent loved ones lost during combat.

‘The most significant thing about the program –Snowball express is that these kids don’t feel alone. It’s more like healing and a lot of bonding processes that assist them throughout the rest of the year.’ Sinise added.

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