2020 was a year that demanded strength and resiliency from our National Junior Tennis & Learning (NJTL) programs. The network’s focus is stronger than ever to fulfill the USTAF Mission to bring tennis and education together to change lives. Will you help us “Rally to Rebuild” and make a donation today?

We are grateful you are on our team. Let’s rally together to support more than 160,000 under-resourced youth in 250 diverse communities whose sources of funding have been cut, and whose major fundraising events have been canceled or postponed indefinitely, resulting in financial losses to their budgets.

During the pandemic, the USTAF community responded to urgent needs. Chapters partnered with local grocery stores and food banks to provide families with food, hand- delivering meal kits to those in need. Tennis equipment was sent into homes, and coaching went live online. Virtual environments provided students the opportunity to keep connected, mentally strong and academically engaged. USTAF also maintained its scholarship program, granting over $300,000 in tuition support to our high school seniors.

But we still need your help to continue this work! 

Until traditional programs can fully return, virtual education and tennis training will provide learning from home. When possible, socially-distanced, in-person tennis can be played in alignment with local guidelines and regulations.

We're in a push to raise funds for 2021 programming. Please join us and consider making a tax-deductible donation to help serve up dreams for under- resourced communities. 


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