The new partnership allows Vutec to contribute to the foundation's home building program for wounded military veterans who are in need. Donated product will play an integral role in outfitting the new constructions created through the foundation's R.I.S.E. initiative (Restoring Independence and Supporting Empowerment). Currently, Vutec has donated over $8,000 in projection screens, including the innovative new Vutec ArtScreen powered by QMotion as well as Lectric screens and system integration support.
"These men and women have made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation, we are honored to have the chance to give something back," said Howard Sinkoff, CEO of Vutec. "We hope our contributions add some excitement to these spaces and are thrilled that we are able to take part in creating something so special."
"We are grateful for the support of our partners, and thankful for the contributions made by Vutec," said Judy Otter, executive director of the Gary Sinise Foundation. "Supporting our military families and heroes is a strong passion of ours and it's a wonderful experience when we can share that with other businesses and brands."
The Gary Sinise Foundation serves and honors the nation's defenders, veterans, first responders, their families, and those in need by creating and supporting unique programs that entertain, educate, inspire, strengthen, and build communities. Vutec's agreement with the foundation is open-ended, enabling the company to donate products to the program moving forward, whenever needed.