Grants & Funding
NorCal Staff | May 1, 2017
USTA Northern California
- Tennis Development Workshop Stipend: The TDW is the largest annual gathering of CTA/NJTL leaders in the country. Attendees will enjoy top notch sessions lead by specialists in their field and networking opportunities. Save the date (first weekend in October) and plan to send representative(s) from your local organization to TDW. Grants between $500-$1000 available. Application process begins in April. Contact Silvia Duenas Bielser for more questions at 510-263-0462.
- Wheelchair Stipend Application: The stipend provides financial support to not-for-profit USTA Member Organizations that promote recreational or competitive programs which may include: tournaments, exhibitions, clinics, or instructional camps for junior and adult wheelchair tennis players. Awards range from $500-$4,000. Deadline for events from January - July is: January 31, 2017. Deadline for events from August - December is: August 1, 2017. Apply Now
- Tennis Teacher's Conference Grant: 2018 Tennis Teachers Conference and USPTA World Conference Grant. The event aims to provide the best learning experience for tennis teachers and coaches by offering educational resources, facilitating innovative teaching techniques and creating networking opportunities among the members of the various associations. ADVERTISEMENT This year the conference will celebrate the 50-year anniversary of the Open Tennis era. During the weekend of the conference, attendees will be able to attend one day of on court sessions at Randall’s Island. On August 24 attendees will also enjoy bus transportation to and from Billie Jean King National tennis center. It will also be the first time the new Louis Armstrong stadium will be open for play. Deadline for USTA Northern California Partial Scholarship: Monday, June 25, 2018. Contact Silvia Duenas Bielser for more questions at 510-263-0462. Apply Now
- TAG (Tournament Assistance Grant for Juniors): USTA NorCal offers financial assistance to all junior tennis players to enter and play tennis tournaments within the Northern California Section. This grant does not apply to National events. Apply Now
NorCal H.I.T.S. Grants
USTA Northern California Foundation Grant Requests
Blended Line Grants
The ROG Tennis play format is a key component for the progression of ROG players. Utilizing age appropriate balls, racquets, and court sizes, the ROG Tennis play format allows the child to experience quick success and develop key fundamental skills. Painting permanent ROG Tennis lines at your facility is the next step in creating permanency for the format that will change the face of youth tennis in America.
If you are interested in painting blended lines, painting a playground or other flat surface please read below for all USTA ROG Tennis Line Grant information.
All grant application requirements must be submitted by November 30, 2018.