™️ Improving Tennis in Deserving Areas ™️ will support tennis communities that meet our standards and requirements with :
- – Grants for center & court improvement and construction.
- – Establishment of programs.
- – & more.
HOW OUR TOURNAMENTS SUPPORT UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES
The USA TENNIS TOUR has a commitment to improve tennis in under-served and deserving areas and communities. Tennis is a sport that can bring community together, in parks, at community centers, at schools and at public facilities. We can improve and make a difference in tennis and off the tennis courts by improving tennis courts and tennis venues and amenities in communities and areas.
The USATT is also committed to partnering and collaboration of planning with local shelters, organizations, soup kitchens, churches, and other local community outreach to give back, support, and donate.
Each event USATT hosts in communites, we want to have a lasting and legitimate impact on the improvements and changes to important opportunities throughout the city and area.
Partnering with Children’s groups, Senior care facilities, schools, churches and other program institutions will give opportunities to those individuals and community and show them that tennis can bring families and friends together and the community can support one another, if they do it together with a little organization.
HOW THE TOUR GIVES BACK
The USA TENNIS TOUR is committed to several initiatives such as IMPROVING TENNIS IN DESERVING COMMUNITIES, COMMITMENT TO IMPROVE MORE THAN JUST TENNIS & more!
The USA TENNIS TOUR presents events and tournaments tied to fundraising goals for causes, organizations, associations, nonprofits, charities and other community outreach.
The USA TENNIS TOUR is committed to raising funds and awareness for some of our most valued causes and beliefs ranging from ending child hunger and illiteracy, to housing the homeless in some of the worst housing opportunity areas in the world.
We can do so much through tennis if we do it together. Our events make a difference!
We don’t want to make noise in communites, we want to make impact!