2018 Sponsorship Campaign


A note from the President, David Axelson

The Flames are in the middle of a great 2017-2018 season.  We have 6 competitive teams across age groups with excellent coaches who really understand how to develop players and represent the organization with pride and integrity.  We are very fortunate to have access to a fantastic outdoor practice facility and our own indoor practice facility. However, we are never content with the status quo and, like our coaches and players, continue to ask, “what now?”

For 2018, we answered the question by choosing to update the 10-year-old Flames Indoor Practice Facility in Dunwoody (“the Gym”). The Gym is at the center of our player development efforts.  A dedicated facility is something that very few organizations have.  Not only does it provide winter and bad weather practice space for to our Flames teams, but it supports the softball and baseball community with practice space for other local teams and instructors.

Proceeds from 2018 sponsorships will go towards updating the Indoor Practice Facility, beginning with the installation of indoor turf to improve the safety, aesthetics and playability for all of the users.
The Atlanta Flames is a 501c3 (non-profit) organization. All proceeds benefit the players, coaches and organization. Donations are tax deductible as allowed by law.

Sponsorship BenefitsAtlanta Flames Sponsorship Benefits

Outside banners: Two Flames Indoor Facility signage banners, displayed on Chamblee Dunwoody Rd. and the front of the building; Tournament Banner displayed by teams at large events.

Donations gratefully accepted online or by mail.

Select amount, or enter a customer amount, enter contact information, then press the donate button below to proceed to the payment page.  Thank you!

Your Donation


To donate by check, please download and fill out the Sponsor Information Form. Mail form, along with your check, to:

Atlanta Flames c/o Mike Puckett
4883 Olde Village Ct.
Dunwoody, Ga 30338


Thank you for your support!!
 Posted by on May 17, 2018