“As a NYC firefighter that risked his own life to save others during 9/11, we’d like to thank Tim Harrigan for sharing his story with us at this year’s kickball tournament. A true hero who now, once again, has to be a hero for his wife who is battling cancer. For those that would like to help him and his family, please visit: www.bethematch.org
Since the year 2000, the Gramatica Brothers have been partnering with builders, developers, corporate and individual sponsors and volunteers to help severely wounded war heroes and their families transition from the battlefront to the home front. They have provided their energy efficient Gramatica SIPS panels to help build homes for combat wounded veterans in the Tampa Bay area.
These materials allow homeowners to live virtually maintenance free for years by reducing their cost of heating/cooling and water bills.
Gramatica Family Foundation welcomes the opportunity to partner with your company and can provide several options of support to best meet your organization’s need. All partnerships are valued and assist the Gramatica Family Foundation support its mission of providing energy efficient housing initiatives and development assistance to disabled military veterans, the underprivileged and the ailing.
On-site volunteer opportunities assisting with house wall raisings and construction House and special event sponsorships
The Gramatica family, consisting of former Tampa Bay Buccaneer Martin Gramatica, his brother Bill, previously with the Arizona Cardinals and former USF kicker Santiago
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Martin Gramatica was selected in the third round of the 1999 NFL Draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. After retiring from professional football, Gramatica started Gramatica SIPS and the Gramatica Family Foundation with a mission of building homes for combat wounded veterans.
Bill Gramatica was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and drafted in the 2001 NFL draft by the Arizona Cardinals in the 4th round. Upon his retirement from the NFL, Bill along with brothers Martin and Santiago founded Gramatica SIPS and the Gramatica Family Foundation.