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2021 SAN ANTONIO PULLING FOR PATRIOTSCLAY SHOOT AND AWARDS
AUGUST 5, 2021
Benefiting the PTSD Foundation of America - San Antonio Chapter
WE THANK OUR SPONSORS!
THE NATIONAL SHOOTING COMPLEX
5931 ROFT RD
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 78252
Join us for the first Annual Pulling for Patriots Clay Shoot supporting
the San Antonio Chapter of the PTSD Foundation of America.
The goal is simple, end Veteran homelessness and the 20 + Veteran suicides that occur daily.
INDIVIDUAL HOA, TEAM, LADIES & JUNIOR TROPHIES
8:00 AM Registration Opens
9:00 AM Shoot Begins
Noon Lunch and Awards Ceremony
1:00 PM Door Prizes and Silent Auction Ends
Make a difference, sign up today to be a sponsor, purchase a team or simply make a donation.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF LOCAL VETERANS!
Providing Interim Housing & Hope for Our Veterans!
The Mission of the PTSD Foundation of America (ptsdusa.org) is to bring hope and healing to Combat Veterans and their families suffering from the effects of combat-related Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD). The San Antonio Chapter of the PTSD Foundation of America will be this year's beneficiary. The San Antonio Chapter provides much needed counseling and support throughout Central Texas, serving hundreds of local Veterans and their families every year.
The PTSD crisis continues to increase. After combat Veterans return home, it can take years for the symptoms of the invisible wounds of war to surface and the debilitated effects of PTSD to overwhelm them. Join us in helping Veterans and their families!
ALARMING VETERAN FACTS - Why we do this:
Each night, 62,000+ Veterans have no home and must fend for themselves on the streets.
20+ Veterans commit suicide every day. Veteran suicides are 2-3 times that of civilians.
Suicide-related Veteran deaths from PTSD surpass combat-related deaths.
25% of 9/11 Veterans battle PTSD, with just as many Veterans are never diagnosed.
Over 400,000 9/11 Veterans have sought treatment for mental illness and PTSD.
Veterans most at risk for PTSD include those with combat exposure, multiple deployments, and/or traumatic brain injury.
Numbers are higher than shown because the data only includes Veterans that report to VA.
Sadly, many Veterans with PTSD, never report to VA.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Sponsor the Clay Shoot Tournament
If you see a Veteran in need, call Camp Hope, 877-717-7873. A combat Veteran will answer the call.
Get involved with The PTSD Foundation of America and Camp Hope (www.ptsdUSA.org) by volunteering, donating or sponsoring an event.
Learn about PTSD - Spread the Word - Increase Awareness about PTSD.
THERE IS HOPE! THANK YOU FOR JOINING US & SAVING A LIFE!