Dear Southern California Tennis Association Foundation Friends, It has been an amazing and empowering year for the SCTA Foundation. We are back in full swing with our mission of Changing Lives and Communities Through Tennis. We have given approximately $400,000 to players, programs and organizations in underserved populations throughout Southern California. Our areas of impact include youth
By Karen Ronney Landon Sachs found tennis at the perfect time in his life. The senior from JSerra Catholic High School was looking for a new hobby and tennis was the perfect answer. He picked up a racket in January and quickly made the junior varsity team. There was one caveat, however, Landon plays tennis
Dear So Cal Tennis Friends, Mental, physical and social recovery were the goals of 2021 for the Southern California Tennis Association Foundation. It was challenging yet very rewarding. We saw tennis clubs, programs, classes and organizations begin to thrive once again. The SCTA Foundation is proud to be a part of that effort to bring
By Karen Ronney It was an international gathering at the 21st Hendrickson Classic Wheelchair Tennis Tournament at Barnes Tennis Center as almost three dozen players came to compete from across the U.S. and as far as Japan to enjoy the event sponsored by the So Cal Tennis Association Foundation. “We are so happy to support
By Karen Ronney It has been a busy year for the Southern California Tennis Association Foundation in providing more than $500,000 of support in grants, scholarships, sponsorships and assistance for players of all ages and organizations in under-served areas. Join us on Giving Tuesday to forge ahead and continue to make an impact in 2022.
By Karen Ronney Coach Dee Henry has created a legacy of helping people in the world of tennis and beyond. Her mission is to make the sport accessible to players of all ages and (dis)abilities. Henry, a USPTA Elite Pro, was the Women’s Tennis Coach at Biola University for 45 years. This year, she retired
By Steve Pratt They came from all over Southern California – and one dedicated Wheelchair Warrior all the way from Sacramento – to share their love of competition and camaraderie within a unique community at the first-ever Southern California Tennis Association Foundation “All-Comers” Wheelchair Tennis Camp. They gathered at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson