The award winning actor's partners read a letter from him.
"It is truly an honor to support such an upstanding man as Michael Schlitz," said Sinise's partners.
"Although we are a New York-based organization, we look for local builders, local architects, trades and we get everyone to work together to reduce our cost," explained Terrence Tierney.
That's exactly what they've done to turn this artist rending of the home into a livable masterpiece control and operated by an iPad.
"That means the lighting, the doorways, accessible cabinets in the kitchen, anything that helps him get around, he'll be able to do that by his iPad with entertainment systems and music in all the rooms."
It's a wonderful gift for Schlitz and his mom, who will have her own living quarters as she takes care of her son.
"If you look at the house I live in now, I currently live in Texas. The house is all scraped up, the light switches, I hit all the time, a lot of dings and scratches, I basically break everything."
By July, the home will be finished and ready for this American hero to move in and the foundation will then move on to its next location...brightening the day of another wounded soldier.
Applicants are considered based on their injuries and needs of the family.
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