Over $125,000 Raised!
On Monday, May 22nd, Athletes for Hope held its 1st Annual Putt for Passion Golf Tournament at Kenwood Country Club in Bethesda, MD. All proceeds from the event will support AFH’s Whole Being Athlete mental health youth school program expansion in the Washington, D.C. area, and will help grow our AFH University work at Bowie State University, Howard University, and Georgetown University to serve the broader community.
The day featured an array of fun on-course competitions, as well as a silent auction and raffle. Additional highlights included an appearance from the Washington Commanders Command Force, a golfer dynamic warm-up by Zac Cohen of Cohen Health and Performance, and sports equipment donations supporting Leveling the Playing Field.
A huge thank you to all of our terrific event sponsors, supporters, and participants. We look forward to seeing you next year for AFH’s 2nd Annual Putt for Passion Golf Tournament! Stay tuned for more details!
A Special Thank You To Our Host Committee
- Jamie Albertine
- Cody Albrecht
- Christin Blyumin
- Nick Freeman
- Max Meltzer
- Tyler Rudy
- Shooter Starr
- Josh Turnley
About Athletes for Hope in the Greater Washington, D.C. Area
Founded in 2006 by Muhammad Ali, Mia Hamm, Andre Agassi and nine other legendary athletes, Athletes for Hope (AFH) is a national 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that educates and assists athletes in utilizing their powerful platforms to become spokespeople, advocates, and volunteers with causes and community organizations around the world. In the greater Washington, D.C. area alone, AFH has helped hundreds of professional, Olympic, Paralympic, and collegiate athletes from Bowie State University, Georgetown University, and Howard University positively impact the lives of thousands of underserved children through visits with local schools to promote physical and mental health, and through AFH-facilitated volunteer opportunities with many of our community’s most impactful partners such as Leveling the Playing Field, KEEN D.C., Bread for the City and Children’s National Hospital.