We exist to provide HOPE to individuals and families who have had concussions and other head injuries by providing education and awareness to the public and supporting research that pertains to the diagnosis, management, treatment, and healing necessary to prevent the long-term effects of head traumas and concussions that can lead to Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE). We provide support and hope to those who suffer from early symptoms.  We are an advocate, a voice, seeking preventative measures so that athletes, parents, trainers and coaches have the best information at those critical moments to keep athletes safe.

I ask anyone who ever has to read this to please help spread the word about how dangerous concussions are and to try and help support the effort to make football a safer sport. I’m sure someone out there will read this and realize that he has gone through some of the same similar shit as me. Whoever you are, I beg you to get help and don’t live the self-destructive life that I did.
— Zac Easter, "Concussions: My Silent Struggle"

Documentary filmed by GQ telling Zac's story.

 
Concussions are an invisible injury, but the consequences are real.
— Concussion Legacy Foundation
 
The brain tissue of 90 of 94 deceased former NFL players have been positive for CTE
— Boston University CTE Center
 
CDC estimates reveal that 1.6 million to 3.8 million concussions occur each year
— Sports Concussion Institute