Some of our Beneficiaries
Highfields Tennis Club Zimbabwe
The Highfields Tennis Club (TP Raiders), founded by Munya Njerere in 2008, is the located in Highfields, Zimbabwe. The club provides coaching for local children aged 6-18 years old.
Angani School Kenya
Angani is the first school in Kenya to offer professional tennis training integrated with a curriculum centered on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
NZIMBO TENNIS CLUB, CHIWESHE ZIMBABWE
Mabvuku jUNIOR tennis Zimbabwe
The Mabvuku Junior Tennis Club has been developing young talent since the 1990's both on and off the court.
Kwekwe Tennis Programme Zimbabwe
Kwekwe Tennis Programme is located in Kwekwe, Midlands Province, Zimbabwe. The programme coach is Simion Dzeke, who coaches children at the local primary and high schools during the week. The programme also offers coaching clinics, at Kwekwe Sports Club, on the weekends.
The programme’s needs include tennis balls, rackets, a stringing machine, strings, nets, and general financial support.
Simion has been coaching since 1992, and is a certified, ITF level 1 and level 2 (attendance), instructor.
FLUID TENNIS SYSTEM BOTSWANA
The Fluid Tennis System in Botswana was developed by the founders of Fluid Academies; Blake Murray, Elloniah Kentshitswe and Benedict Tekere.
Their mission is to to bridge the socio-economic disparity through entrepreneurship and athleticism; and to produce the next change-makers of Botswana and SADC region.
The FACEZ Education Fund project was founded by Lisa Chiriseri and Rumbidzai Manzou as a measure to reduce the number of children resorting to a life on the streets due to economic hardship.
The Education Fund which started with a pilot project sponsoring 16 children now provides support to over 95 children in Zimbabwe.
FACEZ assists children from economically challenged backgrounds with school fees and other educational related needs.