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Tennis BC is provincial governing body for the sport of tennis in British Columbia. It is a non-profit organization with the main goal to inspire and enable tennis throughout communities in the province.
Tennis BC’s main responsibilities include sanctioned events, maximizing participation and performance, membership development, certification and coaching development, training and officiating development, facilities development, high performance athlete development, governance and partnerships.
Through the Vancouver Foundation, Tennis BC has created two legacy funds, the Community Youth Tennis Fund and the Edward Siemens High Performance Bursary, to help support programs and to ensure they will be sustainable and impactful long into the future.
For more information about donating to Tennis BC please contact Mark Roberts at 604-737-3086 ext. 9.
If you are thinking about leaving a gift in your will to support the legacy of Tennis BC, please contact us or click here for more information.
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- These fund’s granting purposes are subject to change.
- In order to properly recognize all donors for their contributions, Vancouver Foundation will share your name and donation amount with the fund advisor unless you have checked the anonymous box on the donation form.
- All donations to these fund's will be permanently endowed.
Most young players develop their passion for the game on public tennis courts in the community learning the game in a fun, social setting. This fund supports the development of youth tennis at the community and neighborhood level providing youth opportunities to participate in and enjoy tennis programs. Tennis BC has programs that donate rackets, balls and learn to play equipment to help keep kids healthy, active, and playing for life.
This is a bursary that is presented annually by Tennis BC to assist high performance junior athletes with access to program development opportunities within the Team BC Program. The bursary is awarded to one or more individuals who have participated in programs such as the Tennis BC high performance programs and have been selected or could be selected to represent BC as part of the Team BC Program.