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United States Tennis Association (USTA) New England
03/06/20 - Deadline for all Grant categories, excluding the Team Challenge grant, which has a rolling deadline.
Grants to Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont nonprofit organizations, schools, park and recreation departments, and qualified associations for sports programming to benefit local communities. Specifically, funding is intended to support organizational and marketing expenses related to new tennis programs and program expansion.
Priority will be given to programs that:
Eligible expenses include marketing, operation and administrative costs associated with starting a new program or expanding an existing program. Ineligible expenses include ball machines, other large court equipment or facility projects. All facility projects must go through the National Public Facility Assistance program.
Organizations are allowed to apply for more than one category. All applications from one organization will be reviewed together. Notifications for the grants will go out approximately one month after the application deadline. Below is the list of grant categories:
For more information on the above categories, see the link, "URL for Full Text" below.
GrantWatch ID#: 167071
Junior Team Tennis Program Grant: Up to $1,000
Team Challenge Grant: Up to $300
Community Tennis Association: Up to $1,000
National Junior Tennis and Learning: Up to $1,000
Diversity and Inclusion: Each grant award is between $500 - $1500
Applications will open in January.
Please send any questions about the grant process to: email@example.com.
USA: Connecticut; Maine; Massachusetts; New Hampshire; Rhode Island; Vermont
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