As a non-profit organization, USTA Serves relies on the support from many generous individuals and corporations. Your donations help prepare at-risk youth and people with disabilities for success in school and beyond.
Honor a Loved One
Make a donation in honor or in memory of a loved one.
Give to Team USTA Serves
Individuals will be raising money for USTA Serves as they run in the 2013 NYC ING Marathon.
Avenue of Aces
The Avenue of Aces is an eye-catching stretch of engraved bricks and pavers designed to connect an individual's passion for tennis to the US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
USTA Serves Opening Night Gala
Come to one of New York City’s hottest summer events – the Annual USTA Serves Opening Night Gala at the US Open in the President’s Suite at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
USTA Serves Pro-Am at the US Open
Have you ever dreamed of playing tennis at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center during the US Open with some of the best players in the world? Well, 18 lucky amateurs will have a chance to do just that at USTA Serves Pro-Am. Past events have included players, such as Tracy Austin, Pat Cash, Peter Fleming, Gigi Fernandez, Iva Majoli, Todd Martin, Chanda Rubin, Andrea Temesvari, Mal Washington, Mats Wilander, Mark Woodforde and Natasha Zvereva. Please contact us at 914-696-7223 for information about the 2013 event.
Judy Levering Leadership Initiative
Judy Levering was the first woman to serve as USTA President and was instrumental in creating USTA Serves. This initiative was created to raise money to accelerate the growth, expand the network and improve the quality of grass-roots tennis and education organizations dedicated to building and bettering the lives of those most in need.
USTA Serves supports programs for children and adults with special needs nationwide. These programs teach life and social interactive skills that promote happy, more productive and independent lives. To date, USTA Serves has awarded over $600,000 to programs the support people with disabilities. Donate now to support Adaptive Tennis!
USTA Serves, working with the USTA, supports programs for military families and service members that provide injury support services and morale programs via tennis and education programming. Donate now to support our Military!
USTA Serves, working with the USTA, supports programs for physically disabled, wheelchair-bound children and adults that provide them a chance to play tennis and live healthy, active lives via tennis and education programming.
Donor Advised Funds
There is real interest among donors to make a positive difference in a child’s life by partnering with organizations whose mission matches their passion. You may choose to write a check to USTA Serves and identify a specific program in your local community that your donation to USTA Serves would support. Call USTA Serves at 914-696-7223 for information on Donor Advised Funds.
As you make plans for the future, consider leaving a legacy for the future of at-risk youth and people with disabilities via a planned gift. By including USTA Serves in your estate plan, you help keep great programs going. Call USTA Serves at 914-696-7223 for information on Planned Giving.
Many corporations have matching gift programs and will match your donation to an accredited charitable organization. It’s an easy way to double or even triple the impact of your personal contribution to USTA Serves. Ask your employer if they have a matching program in place.
Donate by Mail
Download a donation form, and send your contribution to:
USTA Serves Incorporated
70 West Red Oak Lane
White Plains, NY 10604
Donate by Phone
You can call USTA Serves at the following number: 1-914-696-7223.