As an IRS recognized 501(c)(3) charity, IGDC Solutions builds and develops global housing and habit solutions. We work to improve the lives of those living without benefit of adequate shelter, sustainable energy and agriculture, or clean water. Your tax-deductible donation helps combat poverty through education, consulting and real world expertise.

We utilize cost-effective, recycled and re-purposed materials to develop sustainable, energy-efficient, low-income communities and infrastructure while creating jobs and living wages in developing nations. Your invaluable support can positively change lives and fortunes benefiting all humanity. Currently, we’re raising funds to support our Hurricane Patricia Mexican Coast Rebuilding Initiative.

In addition, we have several different programs for which we need ongoing funding support. Learn more.



On October 23, 2015, Hurricane Patricia, the most powerful hurricane ever recorded, struck the West Coast in Mexico near Cuixmala in Jalisco. With 185 mph winds and a gust of 211 mph at landfall, the hurricane missed major tourist areas such as Puerto Vallarta and the major cargo port of Manzanillo, but hit surrounding areas hard.

The storm made its way through remote villages uprooting trees, flooding houses, ripping off roofs, killing electricity (in some places for weeks) and phone lines and weakening multiple communities’ infrastructure. Many of the residents in rural areas lost everything—their homes, schools, access to water and electricity.

IGDC Solutions is raising money to fund its initiative to help residents of in and around the Pacific Coast communities of Costalegre, including Barra de Navidad and Melaque, recover and rebuild. The non-profit charitable organization is ready to build a small factory and teach locals to build sturdy new homes and classrooms made from readily-available steel cargo containers. IDGC will also provide sustainable energy systems (to provide clean water and energy “off the grid”).

We need your help in raising funds to create jobs and living wages and build homes to bring residents of rural villages into the 21st Century.