We collect gently-used tennis equipment, recondition them, and donate to underprivileged children around the world; We recycle old tennis balls and turn them into state-of-the-art tennis court building materials
What can you do to help? — Gather your old tennis rackets, gear, shoes and clothes and get them to us! — Cash donations are also accepted. All donated money is used for trips to provide children with the ability to pay for school fees, tournament entry fees and instruction.
Alternatively, you can mail your donations to: EMEX. C/O Frank Alain Bauduy. Tennis Equipment Donation. 7829 NW 72 Ave. Miami, FL 33166 This address will send your donations to Haiti. Our donation site there would love to utilize your rackets, bags, shoes, clothes, and any other donations!
They donate new or used sports equipment to underserved youth organizations. All Kids Should Play accept new or gently used donations from individuals, families, recreation councils, schools, and corporations, including the following items: lacrosse sticks; sports nets; tennis rackets; golf clubs; baseball caps; team uniforms; sneakers; cleats; balls
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We are thrilled to donate our tennis gear to Coney Island Generation Gap. We want to thank our tennis equipment donors and Antonio Velez for making this possible. Special thanks to Kimberly Nelson from Sayville NY.
If you would like to make a donation via check, please make the it payable to USTA Foundation and mail to USTA Foundation, 70 West Red Oak Lane, White Plains, N.Y. 10604. The USTA Foundation Incorporated (“USTA Foundation”) provides grants and scholarships for programs that combine tennis with education to enrich the lives of under-resourced youth.
GEPTA Tennis Equipment Donation Centers are set up and ready to receive your charitable donations. Look for the blue and red box at your tennis facility, Tennis West, El Paso Country Club, Coronado Country Club, and El Paso Tennis Club, and simply drop off your gently used items. All donations go towards underprivileged kids in our area.
Your used sports equipment can make a big difference in the lives of America’s Veterans and their families. Your donations are needed and appreciated! Just click the Schedule a Pickup button below, choose a date for your donation pickup, leave your clearly labeled donations outside on the day you choose, and our driver will pick up your donation – rain or shine!
Mar 31, 2021. Mar 31, 2021 Updated Mar 31, 2021. In tennis, you get two chances to put the ball in play. At Second Serve, a national nonprofit that empowers youth through leadership roles, that additional opportunity to make a move has inspired a mission supporting underprivileged children in low-income communities around the world through sports equipment donations.