Welcome to The ;IGY6 Foundation

The ;igy6 foundation is dedicated to helping heroes in their darkest hours

When there is danger upon our streets, we count on our police. When there is danger upon our homes/farmlands, we count on our firefighters. When there is danger upon our country, we count on our military personnel. When our health is in danger we count on our doctors, nurses, and EMS personnel. These heroes witness the unimaginable while doing the unthinkable. They put their uniforms on with selflessness and bravery to be there when help is needed.

We know what you’re going through, please give us a call 855-849-IGY6

We’re here to help! Call 855-849-IGY6 | Want to help our cause? Donate Now

Facts About PTSD

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a disorder that occurs as a result of experiencing or witnessing a highly traumatic event or multiple events.

  • The Highest Risk Occupations For PTSD are Military, Police Officers, Firefighters, and Emergency Medical and Ambulance Personnel
  • PTSD can happen to anyone.
  • Having PTSD does not make you weak.
  • Symptoms aren’t always instant and can take years to develop.
  • There is hope and we’re here to help.

How to get involved & help

There are many ways you can get involved in helping our heroes. If you know someone who is suffering from PTSD you can lend a body to hug, an ear to listen, a shoulder to lean on. Discuss the future and make new memories, let them take the lead and do not pressure them into talking about traumatic events.

The ;IGY6 foundation helps those with PTSD as well as many other heroes that aren’t! 

The ;IGY6 Foundation is a Non-Profit organization. You can donate to The ;IGY6 Foundation and even purchase our merchandise. All proceeds and donations go towards maintaining the organization and will be spent on things such as:

  • Helping those in need
  • Support Groups for when a friendly face will help the most
  • Phone Serviceso those who need to talk can whenever they need
  • Websiteso we can continue to help others
  • Materials – to spread awareness