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2020 Has taught us

Resiliency

Through the power of tennis, we have found a way to stay active, healthy and socially distanced while connecting with peers. 

Adaptability

With the help of passionate players, we found new ways to approach and promote the game of tennis in the Mid-Atlantic. 

innovation

Creation of virtual experiences that enable youth to learn and grow their tennis skills in the comfort of their homes. 

Continue to make an impact in 2020

Why Your Support is needed

USTA Mid-Atlantic, like many nonprofits, faced changes and significant financial losses that challenged our ability to deliver on the mission to grow tennis and make it the most accessible sport in the region, especially among youth.  Your support has enabled us to keep going and your gift  will help ensure we can provide charitable tennis programs, especially for youth and support the tennis community in 2021.

Help Support tennis progression in the Mid-Atlantic
End of Year Appeal, donate $100 today

What $100 Can Do

Your gift of $100 today will make a difference for ALL people and communities in the Mid-Atlantic. By giving $100 today, YOU

  • Enable a child to take after school, summer camp, or virtual youth tennis programs in 2021.
  • Help players and families with tennis expenses through our Junior Player Scholarship Program.
  • Support expanding youth tennis programs into more underserved communities.
  • Provide more youth engagement opportunities
    like our High School Ambassadors Program or the Junior Team Community Challenge.

Donate to USTA Mid-Atlantic

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.
 
Did you know? Section 2104 of the CARES Act permits eligible individuals who do not itemize deductions to deduct $300 of qualified charitable contributions as an “above-the-line” deduction, i.e., as an adjustment in determining adjusted gross income (AGI), for tax years beginning in 2020. Please consult a tax professional to determine your eligibility and ability to take advantage of this charitable deduction.
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