Strategic Partners - USTA Southern California

USTA SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
STRATEGIC PARTNERS

IT’S A TEAM EFFORT.

USTA Southern California has partnered with several world-class organizations which strengthen our resolve to improve communities by using tennis as a vehicle to support health and wellness. Through tennis play and friendly competition, we aim to promote character-building traits like sportsmanship, resilience, confidence, self-esteem and positive habits throughout Southern California.

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CITY OF LOS ANGELES

Since 2019, USTA Southern California has been working closely with the City of Los Angeles Recreation and Parks Department to upgrade public park tennis facilities and bring highly subsidized tennis programming to the City’s youth.

The program began in 2019 with seven pilot sites and has now launched at 20 sites throughout the City of Los Angeles. Click the toggle below to view locations where PlayLA tennis programs are currently offered.

– Algin Sutton Recreation Center
– Banning Recreation Center
– Green Meadows Recreation Center
– Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center
– Ross Snyder Recreation Center
– St. Andrews Recreation Center
– Van Ness Recreation Center
– El Sereno Recreation Center
– Glassel Park Recreation Center
– Hazard Park Recreation Center
– Montecito Heights Recreation Center
– Queen Anne Recreation Center
– Rio de Los Angeles State Park
– Lanark Recreation Center
– Panorama City Recreation Center
– Reseda Recreation Center
– Ritchie Valens Recreation Center
– Sun Valley Recreation Center
– Sunland Recreation Center
– Victory-Vineland Recreation Center

BEYOND THE BELL

Through our partnership with the Beyond the Bell Middle School Unit, tennis has been delivered to over 15 schools throughout the Los Angeles Unified School District during recent school years.

USTA Southern California has supported Beyond the Bell coaches by providing on-court training, curriculum, and equipment to help them deliver the physical, social and emotional benefits of tennis to their students. Most schools have offered tennis at least two times per week and competed within their local region for two rounds of interscholastic competition.

LA84 FOUNDATION

USTA Southern California has worked with the LA84 Foundation for more than 34 years, going back to LA84’s founding with the surplus from the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games!

In recent years, we have expanded our work with LA84 beyond NJTLs to include schools, parks, adaptive programming, and the Youth Leadership Council. LA84 represents the Gold Standard among organizations committed to providing youth sports programs to underserved communities, and it is an honor that the Foundation has demonstrated sustained confidence and support for the work of USTA SoCal in meeting its criteria related to tennis programming.

JOIN OUR MISSION!

Is your organization looking to offer something back to the community in Southern California? We are always looking for new and innovative ways to use tennis to engage with local communities through fun and healthy initiatives. If you would like to partner with USTA SoCal, use the form below to reach out to our Community Department and express your interest!