Sign Up Golfers or Sponsors

Grateful Americans Charity
1st Annual Atlanta Charity Golf Tournament

Join us at the Prestigious TPC Sugarloaf

Benefiting the Atlanta Area Chapter of the PTSD Foundation of America

Sugarloaf Course Host of the PGA TOUR Champions - Mitsubishi Electric Classic

2595 Sugarloaf Country Club Drive
Duluth, GA  30097
Monday, March 21, 2022

Registration Starting:  9:00 AM
Shotgun Start:  11:00 AM

After Golf, join us in the clubhouse for dinner & open bar cocktails at our Awards Reception featuring Live and Silent Auction and Veteran Testimonials!    

For more information on sponsoring, please contact Robert Brasfield at or Karen Bowden at   
Show your support with a Sponsorship and Golf Team to make a difference in the fight to end the alarming Veteran suicide rate. 

Help us increase awareness, while raising much needed resources for our Veterans! 


Our mission is to provide resources that support programs aimed at ending Veteran homelessness and combating the invisible wounds of war.

Since founded in 2016, Grateful Americans Charity has raised more than $1.4 million to serve Veterans. With your help, we can continue to increase donations in 2022 and save even more lives and continue toward a goal of ending Veteran homelessness.

The PTSD Foundation of America (, and it's Atlanta Chapter, will be this year's beneficiary. The Atlanta Chapter is providing critical intervention programs for Veterans while they undergo rebuilding their lives.  This includes peer-to-peer support along with recovery support programs to overcome the effects of PTSD. The Foundation also has over 40 Warrior groups around the country, serving thousands of combat Veterans and their families every year. Camp Hope, the Houston facility, continues to provide several much-needed resources and services, including temporary housing and extensive residential PTSD recovery programs. This is done under the supervision of certified combat trauma mentors who can understand and support them through the program.

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 debilitating effects of PTSD to overwhelm them.


  • 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.
  • Sadly, many of the numbers above may be higher because the data only includes Veterans that report to the VA, and many Veterans with PTSD never contact the VA.


  • See a Veteran in need, call Camp Hope, 877-717-7873. A combat Vet will answer the call.
  • Get involved with Grateful Americans Charity, donate, volunteer, become a sponsor.
  • Learn about PTSD, Spread the word; increase awareness about PTSD.


Donate Now

If you are unable to participate in the Charity Golf Tournament this year but want to support Veterans suffering from PTSD, please help our cause by contributing below.

No act of generosity is too small to make a difference.

We welcome item donations!

Donate an Item Now

Hosted By

Grateful Americans Charity
Please contact Karen Bowden with any questions. Thank you for your Support!


TPC Sugarloaf, Sugarloaf Club Drive, Duluth, GA, USA

Share With Others

Help us spread the word!