The ;IGY6 Foundation is a non-profit organization formed in 2018.


Helping heroes in their darkest hours is what we’re all about. We know what it’s like to suffer in silence and we want you to know you’re not alone. We at The ;IGY6 Foundation are here to help all heroes with a variety of resources.

We’ve helped heroes battling PTSD, we’ve helped heroes and their families recover from disasters, we’ve helped families try and heal, we’ve helped make sure heroes are fed and have the resources they need, and we’ve helped and will continue to help heroes in any way we can.

Our board of directors is fully staffed with those who’ve been there.

  • Founder – Tony Bump
  • President – Jim Stidfole
  • Vice President 
  • Treasurer Sherry Stidfole
  • Secretary / IT Caleb Hess
  • First SGT Gordy Rice
  • Merchandising & Marketing – Mindy Bump
  • Advisor – Deb Rice


Q: What is the ;IGY6 Foundation?
A: The ;IGY6 Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization dedicated to helping heroes in any way we can. We also aid in raising awareness of PTSD and the devastation that it can lead to. 

Q: Are you a Motorcycle Club?
No, the ;IGY6 Foundation is not a MC. We do host multiple motorcycle rides throughout the year for our cause and anyone is welcome to attend whether they have a motorcycle or not. The ;IGY6 Foundation also hosts a number of other events that are not motorcycle rides such as cookouts, get togethers, cornhole tournaments, game nights, and more. 

Q: What defines a hero?
Service members, both public and private, including those in military, police, fire, ems, and medical. Those who serve us in our darkest hours by putting on a uniform day in and day out. 

Q: How can I help?
Given the nature of the organization, we rely on donations from the community. We also need volunteers from time to time during events to help with setup, collecting funds, selling tickets, serve guests, and more. 

Q: Where do donation funds go?
Funds are utilized by the organization to directly help heroes by things such as funding and organizing events, financial help to heroes and their families affected by disaster, spreading awareness, and providing support. Usage of organization funds and donations are deliberated and voted on by the board of directors. The board of directors gets no financial reimbursement from the organization.