every dollar you give goes toward
impacting a life through tennis

Your donations go toward providing tennis and learning opportunities for under-resourced programs and players, support for the NC High School State Championships, training and support for adaptive programs, and helping preserve the history of tennis in North Carolina.

The NC Tennis Foundation is a  501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All donations are tax-deductible.  Tax-ID 56-6060900.


Why Donate to the
NC Tennis Foundation?


Your donation supports and promotes the growth of tennis FOR ALL in North Carolina.

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Donate a recurring amount to "10 for Tennis" or designate your donation to support the Emily H. Preyer Family Endowment and Gift Fund, Saunders-Langford Endowment, or the Scott Pollard Youth Fund

To some, tennis is just a game. To others, it's a lifeline. Your contribution, no matter the amount, can help change the course of lives.

Purchase a NC Play Tennis License Plate

Show your support for tennis in North Carolina and represent with a Play Tennis license plate.

Donate through
Amazon Smile

Shop using Amazon Smile and link your purchase to the North Carolina Tennis Foundation, Inc. The NCTF will receive 5% of your purchase!

Text for Tennis

Support the NCTF by texting "GIVE" to (336) 439-3339.  You will be given more information and the opportunity to donate.

Round Up for Tennis

Be part of the change by rounding up your purchases. Download the Round Up App and choose NC Tennis Foundation as your charity of choice for donations

Donate a Silent Auction Item

NC Tennis Foundation holds 2 Silent Auctions each year that go a long way in supporting it's efforts.  Experiences, Accommodations, Tickets, Artwork, and/or General Items are all greatly appreciated!

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There are many ways to leave a lasting legacy through your support of the NC Tennis Foundation.  


"Passion drives my decisions on giving to charitable organizations.  North Carolina Tennis Foundation's purpose is to promote tennis to all ages and abilities.  I want everyone to have the opportunity to learn to play tennis, experience the joy of competing, and appreciate all the positive attributes the game gives back."

Debbie Southern, NC Tennis Foundation Board Member