Slipknot’s Corey Taylor Launches PTSD Charity With Special Contest



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Slipknot/Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor is giving a fan the chance to join him on a trip to London in support of his brand new charity, The Taylor Foundation.

Corey started the effort to “support and uplift military veterans and emergency personnel living with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)” and to promote the nonprofit he runs the “Hang Out With Corey Taylor in London!” competition. find details here.

He shared via Instagram: “It’s Corey here, to support the brand new Taylor Foundation, you can donate to win a trip with me to London including 2 Palladium VIP passes, return flights + 3 nights hotel for two or more!”

The organization’s description reads, “The Taylor Foundation is a project of Corey Taylor, singer of Slipknot, Stone Sour and solo artist. The foundation supports and uplifts military veterans and emergency personnel living with post-traumatic stress (PTSD).

“The Taylor Foundation raises awareness about this often misunderstood mental health condition and provides resources and financial support. In 2022, Corey and the Taylor Foundation are partnering with pre-selected nonprofit organizations in each tourist town that are actively providing a meaningful and creative help to those affected by PTSD.

“The Taylor Foundation is a member of the Giving Back Fund, a national 501c3 organization that encourages and facilitates charitable giving by professional athletes, celebrities, high net worth individuals, existing nonprofits, businesses and others who really want to give back.”

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