26 GRANTS AWARDED
to grow high school tennis
- The launch of the Universal Tennis Foundation's Scholars & Scores Count! High School Grants program will help 26 high school tennis programs across 21 states.
- The grant recipients: Lauderdale County High School; Hoover High School; Calexico High School; Hanford West High School; Eureka High School; Buena High School; Orville H. Platt High School; Benjamin Banneker Academic High School; Gainesville High School; Rabun County High School; Waipahu High School; South Tama County High School; Nicholas Senn High School; Goshen High School; Boyd County High School; Oakdale High School; Boston Latin Academy; Raytown High School; Smithfield-Selma High School; Basic Academy Of International Studies; Sprague High School; Central High School; Cranston High School East; Devine High School; Manti High School; Jenkins Jr/Sr High School.
- Each school will receive a generous $1,250 grant.
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The mission of the Universal Tennis Foundation is to enrich lives through increased education and knowledge of tennis, and make the sport inclusive and accessible to everyone through programs that support youth and wheelchair tennis, bring tennis to underserved individuals and communities, and increase access to the sport by promoting its benefits and maximizing the athletic potential of talent. Do your part to help the sport you love.donate now
How the foundation changes lives...
We are working hard to grow tennis in Rabun County, and this grant will most certainly benefit our programs and help us do that.
This grant will do wonders to provide our athletes with the supplies they need to further their growth on the court.