Premiere of ‘Advantage All’ Short Documentary Film and Launch of The Community Tennis Project
Tuesday 20 September 2016 from 6-9 pm.
Golden Age Cinema, 78 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills 2010
Drinks and Light Meal Provided.
The Community Tennis Project is a not for profit organisation supporting less privileged children with access to regular tennis coaching.
Incorporated in 2016 by people with a passion for tennis, we want to make tennis more inclusive and accessible. We’re building a scholarship fund to help disadvantaged families enrol their children in tennis coaching and who can’t afford the cost of regular lessons. We want more children to be able to take part in regular coaching at their local tennis court taught by qualified and professional tennis coaches.
Through screenings of our short film ‘Advantage All’ we will be raising awareness of the many physiological, emotional, mental and social benefits of children playing tennis. Research shows that tennis players experience more vigor, self-esteem, optimism and less depression, anger, confusion, anxiety and tension. Children make friends, build confidence and connection in the community.
Tennis can be played throughout one’s life but initially requires discipline and coaching to build the skills that are required to play and enjoy the game. Your support of this event will help us to remove financial barriers that prevent less privileged children in our community from learning to play tennis - a game for life!
Read more about our community at City Community Tennis.
For more information please contact Sylvia DeAngelis.
Donate to The City Community Tennis Project.