Why?

David Iery was injured in a baseball accident in 1989 in Grayson, Kentucky. Paralyzed from the chest down after sliding into home place head first. 

30 years later he has worked together with the community and his army of volunteers to lead a powerful and unique movement. With 7+ years of history organizing community events involving Spinal Cord Injury and Baseball awareness, he decided to start The David Iery Foundation in 2017. #Teamiery is everywhere and we're just getting started!

The David Iery Foundation hosted The David Iery Showcase, The David Iery Classic in Boys and Girls, The DIF Bass Tournament, DIF Night Lex, David Iery Day, and the Diamond Dinner in 2018.

All with the purpose to raise awareness about our movement. While visiting Vanceburg, Lexington, and Cincinnati.

2019 is going to be a big year for us and we're excited to share our journey with you!

#Teamiery

 

DIF Scholarship Program

Promoting High School Baseball and Spinal Cord Injury Awareness through an annual Scholarship giveaway in Lexington, Kentucky at Whitaker Bank Ballpark. Awarding over $1,250 last year.

SCI Awareness & Baseball

Bringing more awareness to Spinal Cord Injury Research and Baseball through various events annually. The First Annual David Iery Showcase, 7th Annual David Iery Classic, DIF Bass Tournament, 6th Annual David Iery Day, and Diamond Dinner 2018 were all examples of events we've had this year. All revolving around SCI Awareness, Community Involvement, and staying active.

Funding SCi Research

Curing paralysis is the ultimate goal. David was told in 1989 that it would be cured in 10 years, 30 years later and still there is nothing. We want to work together with the community and take an Annual donation to The Miami Project in Miami, Florida. One of the most advanced facilities of its kind in the world.

#Teamiery

 
"Stay Positive. Never Give Up!"

Al Oliver

 
David Iery Day has been a Top 10 event with the Cincinnati Reds annually since 2013.
 

Contact Us!

8722 Quicks Run Rd
Vanceburg, Lewis County 41179
USA

606-202-3868

 

On a mission to cure paralysis and educate our youth. Funding spinal cord injury research and various scholarships awarded to High School Athletes.

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8722 Quicks Run Rd
Vanceburg, Lewis County 41179
USA

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606-202-3868

©2019 BY THE DAVID IERY FOUNDATION.