Who We Are
We are Bridging The Gap of Georgia, a registered 501c3 organization dedicated to helping every one of this nation’s veterans onto a road to their American Dream.
What We Do
We provide food, and shelter, and educational assistance DIRECTLY to as many Veterans as we can afford to.
One in 10 veterans is disabled and the numbers are increasing. Find out more about how you can help.
Our veterans are hurting
The horrors of war can leave emotional scars that are just too much to bear. Soldiers are returning from battle every day with “Post-Combat Reactions,” (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) and other “silent” disabilities.
What can we do to know how to help veterans who have served and suffer?
Based on the simple, time-tested principle of one individual helping another, we provide veterans an opportunity to network and help one another “bridge the gap.” We also forge the missing link between veterans and the resources they need to heal and thrive.
We help them feel like the heroes they are.
Happy Hour with Keith, Amari and PTSD Daddy
We are going to have a campfire talk about PTSD and triggers. Dave Brock known as PTSD DADDY is going to join us for a delightful chat….Dave is Kansas boy born n raised. Joined the Army in 2005 went into special forces, got through training to get there 2008 got to team spent the rest of my career in 3rd special forces group in Fort Bragg, NC ended up medically retired 23 November 2015