The Tate House has partnered with The Salvation Army Georgia to raise money to send children to camp this summer! All proceeds from the Tate House during the weekend of December 7-9 and 14-16 benefited Camp Grandview in Jasper, Ga. Over $5000 was raised over the two weekends in total. The Tate house was packed out with the local community, Salvation Army board members, and brass band– many even traveled long distance to tour the beautiful house and support The Salvation Army. First Lady Sandra Deal showed her support and was given a tour of the house, in addition to participating in the check presentation.
About Camp Grandview
Camp Grandview provides a safe haven during the summer for over 1,850 children each summer. The cost to send a child to camp each week is only $185 !
About Tate House
The Tate House was built as the personal home of Colonel Sam Tate, land/baron, philanthropist and business tycoon. The Tate House is listed as the Pink Palace in the National Register of Historic Places. Recently named one of the top “must see” places in Georgia by Georgia Magazine, the beautiful mansion is one of the most photographed privately owned homes in Georgia.