THE IGY6; FOUNDATION WELCOMES YOU
Our mission is to provide any assistance we can to support "in-need" Veterans and First Responders as they return to a life of independence and for treatment needed to cope with the effects of PTSD and TBI.
We are a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization to help Veterans and First Responders find a secondary mission and advocate for suicide awareness and prevention. We have a passion for helping people and patriotism and love for our country comes together to build this foundation. 100% of donations go towards programs for our Veteran and First Responder community. Our programs and activities are designed to be a catalyst that helps community members understand how to deal with a Veteran or First Responder in crisis. We also want to provide a place were Veterans and First Responders feel welcome and understood.
We are honored to have internationally renowned marine-life artist and conservationist Wyland donate an original Chinese Brush (Sumi-e) painting for our foundation to raffle.
Wyland is a celebrated artist, sculptor, writer, photographer, scuba diver, and philanthropist. Wyland is widely known for his monumental marine life murals around the world. Today the artist is one of the most collected and appreciated artists in the world with artwork in museums, corporate collections, private homes and more than 100 countries.
The IGY6; Foundation is proud to have such an acclaimed benefactor who has graciously committed to donating a painting to help us with our cause of helping in-need Veterans & First Responders.
WYLAND TURTLE CHINESE BRUSH (SUMI-E) PAINTING
THE IGY6; FOUNDATION AT A GLANCE
Here at The IGY6; Foundation, we are driven by a single goal; to lessen the number of Veteran and First Responder suicides. We intend to provide a safe place where those in crisis can contact and speak with someone that can relate to them and provide necessary resources available. By educating the public on how to deal with Veterans and First Responders in crisis and the signs of what to look for we hope to lessen the number of Veterans and First Responders suicides. 22 a day is 22 too many!
"I extend my deepest gratitude to our Armed Forces and First Responders serving both at home and abroad in the war against terrorism."