Giving Back

Social Responsibility | Helping Others In Need

The Amos family at MLA General Contractor, Inc. are fortunate enough and dedicated to a higher calling helping those in need supporting the Gary Sinise Foundation and build adaptive smart homes for our nations heroes as their General Contractor. We are thankful for all those whom have serviced and given the ultimate sacrifice. Please help spread the word of this wonderful organization and from all of those involved in these projects, we appreciate you and thank you for the continued support.

Recent projects we built as the General Contractor for these adaptive smart homes in coordination with the Gary Sinise Foundation and various wonderful donors.

The Stories

Watch as Gary Sinise shares a story of sacrifice featuring wounded hero USMC SSgt. Brandon Dodson (Ret.). Gary Sinise Foundation was proud to provide Brandon and his family a specially adapted smart home through R.I.S.E.
Watch as Gary Sinise shares a story of sacrifice featuring wounded hero U.S. Navy EOD1 Andrew Bottrell. Gary Sinise Foundation was proud to provide Andrew and his family a specially adapted smart home through R.I.S.E.
Check out this video of Gary Sinise visting Nick Kimmel in his new smart home in California. Watch Nick give Gary a home tour and show the impact this smart home has on his life. Thank you to the American people for their continued support of the Gary Sinise Foundation.
Check out this video of our founder Gary Sinise, visiting Smart Home recipient USMC Staff Sgt. Jason Ross and his family in their new home in California . It is an honor to support this family and see the impact that this smart home has on their lives. Big thanks to our many donors! With your continued support of Gary Sinise Foundation, we were able to welcome Jason and his family home!
Enjoy the latest R.I.S.E. home dedication video featuring retired U.S. Marine Corps Corporal Josue Barron and his family, who were welcomed into their specially adapted smart home in California. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Barron family was treated to a unique virtual welcome home video from members of the Foundation and many of our partners. Watch and see your donations and support in action.
Retired U.S. Navy Senior Chief Petty Officer Kenton Stacy grew up in Greenville, Ohio, a small farming community. Growing up, Kenton loved BMX biking and competed in competitions during high school. He also had a passion for construction, working for Habitat for Humanity after high school graduation, building homes for families in need.

Kenton joined the U.S. Navy and though he initially planned on serving four years before enrolling in college, Kenton loved both the military community and his job as an Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) technician, so he chose to continue his life in the military. On November 19, 2017, while serving in Syria, Kenton was severely injured by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED). As a result of the blast, Kenton became a quadriplegic and was blinded in his left eye. He also experiences issues with speech. Kenton has undergone extensive rehabilitation in several facilities including the TIRR (The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research) Memorial Hermann in Houston, Texas. Kenton has received numerous awards for his service including a Purple Heart, a Bronze Star Medal, and three Navy Achievement Medals. He is proud to have been named the 2010 USO Sailor of the Year.

Kenton's current home is two stories, making it incredibly difficult for him to navigate through the residence in his wheelchair. A specially adapted smart home would significantly improve Kenton’s quality of life.

Work With Us

MLA General Contractor, Inc. has been building the highest quality custom homes in Southern CA. since 1987. We work with the finest craftsmen in their trade providing our clients the quality construction they expect that’s not only environmentally-friendly, but also very energy efficient.