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Mid-Atlantic

USTA MID-ATLANTIC

GET INVOLVED

April 30, 2019
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WHY SHOULD YOU GET INVOLVED?

 

At USTA Mid-Atlantic our ultimate vision is that every child in the Mid-Atlantic plays tennis. 

 

We know how important and powerful it is to provide kids a healthy, educational, and enriching activity that can launch our next generation into a successful future.  We believe each and every child should have the opportunity to learn tennis no matter their background, zip code, resources or ability. 

 

Kids Need Tennis: Growing up healthy and establishing lifelong wellbeing starts with getting the recommended amount of physical activity for children - at least 60 minutes per day.  Yet, very few children are able to get the activity that they need.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, only 21.6% of 6 to 19 year old children and adolescents in the US attained 60 or more mintues of moderate to vigorous physical activity on at least 5 days per week.  And for children in families of low-income, they are twice as likely to be less physically active than children in househoulds with higher incomes. This is why all children need tennis and we need to help them gain access to the sport. 

 

Tough Decisions: For highly competitive junior tournament players, their tennis experience and development includes traveling to local and regional tournaments, extra hours on the court training and frequent purchases of new equipment.  These costs can be a significant barrier for many families in the Mid-Atlantic region, especially those of low-income.  When you are faced with tough decisions between paying the bills and playing a sport, it may mean that pursuing tennis has to stop completely due to hurdles that are just too high.  We believe there is an opportunity to take these barriers down and enable more children the chance to keep playing tennis.  Your support is needed. 

 
Does your workplace or corporation want to meaningfully give back to the people and communities in the Mid-Atlantic through tennis?
Does your workplace or corporation want to meaningfully give back to the people and communities in the Mid-Atlantic through tennis?

PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Does your workplace or corporation want to meaningfully give back to the people and communities in the Mid-Atlantic through tennis?

 

Partner with us and when you do, you will support fun, inclusive and enriching opportunities that enhance lives and bring communities closer.  

 

Partnering with the USTA Mid-Atlantic section allows for exclusive and unique access to more than 30,000 of all ages living in Washington D.C., Maryland, Virginia and eastern and southern West Virginia.

 

Read more about our Charitable Programs - Scholarships, Grants & Tennis Enrichment Programs

 

Read more about our Sponsorship Opportunites and Costs

There are many ways to give to help USTA Mid-Atlantic continue to support our grants, scholarship and after school enrichment programs:
There are many ways to give to help USTA Mid-Atlantic continue to support our grants, scholarship and after school enrichment programs:

DONATE

There are many ways to give to help USTA Mid-Atlantic continue to support our grants, scholarship and after school enrichment programs:

 

MAKE A GIFT - When you donate to USTA Mid-Atlantic, you support efforts to create inclusive and accessible tennis programming that enhances lives and connects generations

 

DONOR MATCH & TRIBUTE GIFTS - You can match individual donations to USTA Mid-Atlantic on giving holidays such as Giving Tuesday and make donations in honor of someone special.  For more information contact Catie Dugan Vargas.

 

See how donations in 2018 continued to help players pursue their tennis dreams and competition - 2018 Scholarship Recipients

Use your influence to share the stories and messages about the powerful impact of tennis in the Mid-Atlantic.  Connect with us and connect us to others interested in growing tennis and changing lives.
Use your influence to share the stories and messages about the powerful impact of tennis in the Mid-Atlantic.  Connect with us and connect us to others interested in growing tennis and changing lives.

FUNDRAISE AND INFLUENCE

Use your influence to share the stories and messages about the powerful impact of tennis in the Mid-Atlantic. Connect with us and connect us to others interested in growing tennis and changing lives.

 

FACEBOOK FUNDRAISER - Facebook Fundraisers are really easy to do and can be done to celebrate your birthday, a special occasion or just to do something good.  Read about the 3 easy steps to set-up a Facebook Fundraiser in support of the USTA Mid-Atlantic.

 

CONNECT US WITH INFLUENCERS - We are open to connecting with tennis influencers to brainstorm on ways to extend our message and develop exclusive partnerships.  For more information contact Chief Advancement Officer, Beth Twomey

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