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Grants and Assistance

Diversity & Inclusion

June 28, 2017
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Diversity & Inclusion grants offer financial support to:

  1. Athletes of ethnic or diverse backgrounds.
  2. High performance tennis programs that serve to develop players of ethnic or racially diverse backgrounds OR that serve low-income junior tennis players and enable them to use their tennis ability to secure a college education.

To apply, please click on the applicable grant application below and also fill out this W-9 form.


Multicultural Individual Player Grant for National Competition & Training

Provide funding to competitive junior players aspiring to achieve national and/or international rankings. Funding will be based on participation in specific USTA sanctioned tournaments in 2016. Must be training and competing in tournaments year-round and have a history of strong national tournament results.

 

National Contacts: 

Yasmine Osborn, Manager, Diversity

Shelly Licorish, Coordinator, Diversity
 

  • Click here to download the application
  • Application Due Date: Jan. 20, 2017
  • Date Grant Awarded: March 2017
     

Okechi Womeodu Scholar Athlete Grant

Honoring the memory, life and achievements of Okechi Womeodu, who otherwise would have had a very promising future, both on and off the court. Rewards players who work to excel as much in the classroom as in sports. Must be training and competing in tournaments year-round, have a history of strong national tournaments results and a minimum GPA of 3.0.

 

National Contacts: 

Yasmine Osborn, Manager, Diversity

Shelly Licorish, Coordinator, Diversity

Number of grants available: 1 grant (African-American male)

  • Click here to download the application
  • Application Due Date: Jan. 20, 2017
  • Date Grant Awarded: March 2017


Althea Gibson Leadership Award

Honoring the memory, life and achievements of Althea Gibson, the first African-American Grand Slam champion, who paved the way for millions who followed. Rewards players who work to excel in leading others both on and off the court. Must be training and competing in tournaments year-round.

 

National Contacts: 

Yasmine Osborn, Manager, Diversity

Shelly Licorish, Coordinator, Diversity

Number of grants available: 1 grant (African-American female)

  • Click here to download the application
  • Application Due Date: Jan. 20, 2017
  • Date Grant Awarded: March 2017


Pancho González Scholar Athlete Grant

In honor of Pancho Gonzalez, the Mexican-American icon who won two U.S. Championships men’s singles titles and whose dedication to the sport of tennis brought together fans from all walks of life. We look to reward a player who works to excel in leading others both on and off the court. The recipient must be training and competing in tournaments year-round.

 

National Contacts: 

Yasmine Osborn, Manager, Diversity

Shelly Licorish, Coordinator, Diversity

Number of grants available: 1 grant (one male or one female)

  • Click here to download the application
  • Application Due Date: Jan. 20, 2017
  • Date Grant Awarded: March 2017


Asian-American Scholar Athlete Leadership Grant

In honor of the achievements of Asian-American tennis pioneers who paved the way for millions who followed, we look to reward a player who works to excel in leading others both on and off the court. The recipient must be training and competing in tournaments year-round.

 

National Contacts:

Yasmine Osborn, Manager, Diversity 

Shelly Licorish, Coordinator, Diversity

Number of grants available: 1 grant (one male or one female)

  • Click here to download the application
  • Application Due Date: Jan. 20, 2017
  • Date Grant Awarded: March 2017


Native American Scholar Athlete Leadership Grant

In honor of the achievements of Native American tennis pioneers who paved the way for millions who followed, we look to reward a player who works to excel in leading others both on and off the court. The recipient must be training and competing in tournaments year-round.

 

National Contacts: 

Yasmine Osborn, Manager, Diversity 

Shelly Licorish, Coordinator, Diversity

Number of grants available: 1 grant (one male or one female)

  • Click here to download the application
  • Application Due Date: Jan. 20, 2017
  • Date Grant Awarded: March 2017


Multicultural Excellence Program Grant

USTA Diversity & Inclusion would like to offer support to programs which are helping our best young players reach the highest level of national junior tennis. We will help offset expenses to any full-time program which offers travel to assist a team or two or more players to compete in the main draw of singles at any USTA-sanctioned events. 

 

National Contacts: 

Yasmine Osborn, Manager, Diversity

Shelly Licorish, Coordinator, Diversity
 

  • Grant Report Form
  • Click here to download the application
  • Application Due Date: Throughout 2017
  • Date Grant Awarded: Throughout 2017
     

Hispanic Outreach Grant

To increase tennis participation within the Hispanic population by developing and executing sustainable outreach plans. Grants Award is up to $2,500.

 

National Contact:

Yasmine Osborn, Manager, Diversity 
 

  • Click here to download the application
  • Application Due Date: March 3, 2017
  • Date Grand Awarded: End of March 2017
     

Outreach Grant

To increase tennis participation among diverse populations by developing and executing sustainable outreach plans. Grants Award is up to $2,500. (* Special consideration will be given to programs serving African American, Asian American, Native American and/or LBGT communities.

 

National Contact:

Yasmine Osborn, Manager, Diversity 
 

  • Click here to download the application
  • Application Due Date: March 3, 2017
  • Date Grant Awarded: End of March 2017

 

Adaptive Tennis Grant

The Adaptive Tennis Grant is offered to all adaptive tennis programs that operate in the United States. Grants are awarded to assist in the initiation or implementation of programs at the community level.  The organization applying for this grant must be a registered USTA Adaptive Tennis program.

 

National Contacts: 

Yasmine Osborn, Manager, Diversity

Shelly Licorish, Coordinator, Diversity

 

  • Click here to download the application
  • Application Due Date: Oct. 1, 2017

 

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