Communities Thrive with Tennis
Tennis fosters social connections and uplifts neighborhoods and communities by creating fun opportunities for people of all ages. When you step out onto the tennis court you not only engage in physical activity, you will gain social and emotional benefits that the sport has to offer.
Local Community enhanced Through USTA Mid-Atlantic Facility Restoration Grant
“Now you hear people describe the courts as “beautiful” and a “showstopper” and they are full of players of all ages,” said Superintendent Robert Graham of Radford City, Va.
“People are really enjoying the way the courts are playing and earlier in the summer we had a sold-out youth tennis camp on these courts. We could not have done this without the support of USTA Mid-Atlantic and the Facility Restoration Grant,” Robert shared. Through the Facility Restoration Grant USTA Mid-Atlantic offers grants up to $10,000 to support tennis court construction and refurbishment projects for public tennis courts, especially those in parks, schools, and communities.
TENNIS FOR ALL
Tennis courts in the Mid-Atlantic welcome people of all ages to join in on the lifelong benefits of tennis.
Whether you are a seasoned tennis player or a beginner looking to get out on the court, everyone is welcome!
In the last four years, USTA Mid-Atlantic has awarded over $80,000 in tennis court restoration and refurbishing grants.
When you are a part of the Mid-Atlantic tennis community, you are a part of a family.
USTA Mid-Atlantic Section, Inc. is an exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; EIN 54-1472806. All donations made to USTA Mid-Atlantic Section Inc. are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
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