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OVER 200 CATASTROPHICALLY INJURED SERVICE MEMBERS NEED OUR HELP

 

For too many severely injured veterans, surviving doesn’t always mean living. Building for America’s Bravest seeks to change that by providing these deserving men and women with mortgage-free smart homes that enable even the most catastrophically injured service members to live normal lives.

Over 200 are on the waiting list for these life-changing smart homes. Join us and enlist to unlist them. Add your donation to ours here.

ERIC'S STORY

 

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WHY SMART HOMES?

 

Interior of BFAB-built smart home showing open floor plan.

OPEN FLOOR PLANS

Extra-wide-open spaces with truly flat floors make access to every part of the smart home easier.

Smart control systems built into BFAB home.

SMART CONTROL SYSTEMS

Touch-screen devices, linked to in-home automation, provide control of all aspects of the smart home’s lighting and environment – even opening and closing doors if necessary.

Specially adapted features inside the smart home built by BFAB.

SPECIALLY ADAPTED FEATURES

From custom shower layouts to adjustable kitchen appliances, each home is built
specifically to accommodate the service member’s individual injury.

"Forever home" craftsmanship inside the smart home built by BFAB.

“FOREVER HOME” CRAFTSMANSHIP

Custom crafted to each service member’s individual needs, each home is engineered to
stand the test of time – right down to the type of materials selected.

WHAT GMC IS DOING

 

As a proud primary sponsor of the Building for America’s Bravest program, we’re pledging $2 million dollars in 2017 toward building smart homes for catastrophically injured service members.

Additionally, we regularly work with the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, the parent foundation of Building for America’s Bravest, to raise awareness for the cause.

WHAT YOU CAN DO

 

Enlist to unlist the 200 by adding your donation to ours. Click to donate now, or visit ourbravest.org/enlistme to find out other ways you can help.

By clicking to donate, you will be leaving gmc.com. You will be linked to crowdrise.com to donate to the Stephen Siller Tunnel To Towers Foundation.