Hope For The Warriors is excited to announce the Got Heart, Give Hope Celebration to be hosted in Los Angeles on July 24, 2014 aboard the Battleship IOWA.

The guest host for the evening will be Gary Sinise, actor, military advocate, and founder of the Gary Sinise Foundation. Proceeds from the evening will benefit nonprofits Battleship IOWA, Puppy Jake Foundation, and Hope For The Warriors. Tickets for the event can be purchased here.

The Celebration will begin with a tour of the Battleship IOWA, followed by a cocktail hour before the dining and silent auction. One of the highlights of the evening will be the Hope & Courage Awards that will be given to service members and military families who have demonstrated both hope and courage in facing challenges after their injuries. Hope For The Warriors will honor the courage of each award recipient, focusing on the hope they inspire through their remarkable stories of recovery and achievement.

“Service members and military families demonstrate overwhelming courage and resiliency in the face of adversity,” Robin Kelleher, Hope For The Warriors President said. “The Got Heart, Give Hope Celebrations honor their courage as they deal with extraordinary challenges.”

This is Sinise’s first year hosting the Got Heart, Give Hope Celebration in Los Angeles. He has been a longstanding supporter of Hope For The Warriors, hosting Got Heart, Give Hope Galas for the previous four years in Washington, D.C.

For more information about the 2014 Got Heart, Give Hope Celebration, including sponsorship opportunities, please contact Sarah Duerr (sduerr@hopeforthewarriors.org).

Source: PR Web

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