Make an Impact on Florida Tennis Through GivingTuesday Fundraiser
The USTA Florida Section Foundation is proud to continue their support toward rebuilding Florida tennis after the 2022 hurricane season left many cities in the state with devastating damage.
We are just a week away from GivingTuesday, a global generosity movement unleashing the power of radical generosity. This year, USTA Florida Section Foundation will be raising money that will go toward the USTA Florida Hurricane Relief Fund. The official date of GivingTuesday, is November, 29.
During this giving season, keep in mind what tennis has given to you throughout your life. If you have ever had the chance to pick up a tennis racket or rally with friends, take that feeling and imagine how others can feel with tennis in their life.
Unfortunately, some people are struggling to enjoy the sport right now as Hurricane Ian and Nicole came through a great portion of Florida and devastated parts of the state. You can be a vital part in restoring tennis in these communities and putting people back on courts.
Tennis saw a massive spike in players following the COVID-19 Pandemic and we want to continue its growth. The USTA Florida Foundation set its mission to support grassroot tennis, and with a little generosity from the community, we can continue to grow the game and introduce new people to the sport.
No matter how big or small a donation is, every penny will help put a smile on someone’s face as they get to grip a racket and whack a tennis ball across the court.
How Can I Donate?
To contribute to the GivingTuesday fundraiser, click down below on the ‘Donate’ Button, visit our social media accounts (@ustaflorida or @ustaflfnd) or finally you can visit ustafloridafoundation.com/HurricaneRelief to make a donation.
All proceeds will be put directly back into rebuilding tennis throughout Florida. To learn more about the USTA Florida Foundation, visit ustafloridafoundation.com. If you want to get involved, visit ustaflorida.com/volunteer to learn how you can spark tennis in your community.