Sacramento Junior Tennis Fund

GRANT APPLICATION

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The Junior Tennis Fund grant application is available September 1st of each year and is due by October 18th, with grant recipients announced by mid-November.
 
 
 


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2021 GRANT RECIPIENTS

In 2021 JTFS granted a total of $8,000 to eight public high school tennis programs in our region, as well as to Woodland Recreation & Parks and Cordova Recreation & Parks for the continued growth of their respective programs. We look forward to continuing this support in 2022. We encourage you to keep up your financial support so we can expand our reach to more of the local high school programs. If you have not donated in the past, we welcome you to our donor base.

For 2021 we are pleased to announce that Junior Tennis Fund Sacramento has awarded:

Woodland Recreation & Parks:  $1680

Will continue to grow their outreach to children who would like to play, but their families are not financially able to cover all the costs.

Cordova Recreation & Parks: $1800

Will continue to grow their outreach to children who would like to play, but their families are not financially able to cover all of the costs.

Thank you to all our members and donors who have supported us this year
and made these grants possible.
2021 Recipients
2021 Recipients

A $1,000 donation to Grant High School

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2021 Recipients
2021 Recipients

A $1,000 donation to Elk Grove Monterey High School.

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2016 Grant Recipients
2016 Grant Recipients

Junior Tennis Fund Sacramento presenting a check of $2,200 to the City of Woodland Community Services Department. The JTFS grant funds will be used specifically for adding junior tennis lines to tennis courts at City Park in Woodland and offering scholarships for new youth players ages 6 - 15.

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2021 Recipients
2021 Recipients

A $1,000 donation to Grant High School

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