Thank You Notes
Each year recipients of thousands of dollars in grants and equipment awards give thanks to the PTR Foundation for their support
Thank you for your generous donation to Athletes Without Limits. Your gift assisted an outstanding group of tennis athletes with intellectual disabilities to compete in Australia. There were two competitions for the athletes. The Australian Tennis Championships were held in conjunction with the Australian Open in Melbourne Park. The second was a Davis Cup style grass court competition held in the rural town of Benalla as part of their “Australia Day” celebration. Read more.
Centurions would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere appreciation for your generous contribution of tennis equipment, to our organization. As a 501 c3 non-profit, all of our efforts are made possible by donations and contributions. Read more.
PTR Foundation assists the David Dinkins Tennis Club in Harlem (formerly known as The Jungle at Fred Johnson Public Park). PTR Foundation provided a grant for over $1,250 for 50 youth tennis racquets, 100 transition tennis balls and Junior Development Training for instructors and staff at the facility. Read more.
We THANK YOU for your contribution that helped us host our 4th New England Adaptive Tennis Tournament at the Longfellow Club in Wayland, Massachusetts!! The Athletes loved the trophies and medals that the PTR Foundation made possible for this event. Read more.
PTR lost a dear member in the Spring of 2012 when Skip Nielsen passed away. Skip’s life changed when he attended the PTR Certification Workshop and then the TennisUniversity with Dennis Van der Meer. Read more.
Thank you for supporting Special Olympics Tennis. Read more.
hank you to the PTR Foundation and their generous donation of four travel carts to Special Pops Tennis (SPT). SPT is based in metro Atlanta with 16 locations serving over 600 athletes with special needs. Read more.
We received the racquets, and WOW, how exciting! We so greatly appreciate you sending them our way and we'll be using them next week during Spring Break camp and then again in July with our injured military family camp, Operation Down Home. Read more.