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Raise A Racket

December 11, 2022

Grand Harbor Tennis Club

PAST EVENTS

The Mardy Fish Foundation Rocks!

Words cannot express our gratitude to the Mardy Fish Foundation for their very generous $10,000 grant. This gift will be used to help fund our Saturday Clinics - the beginning of a beautiful partnership as we work together to make a positive impact on the lives of local kids and their families. We are so appreciative for the support. We love our kids, and we love what we do – serving youth on and off the court.

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June 6 - July 1, 2022

With the support from our amazing donors we were able to host our own four week summer tennis camp. We had an average of 22 kids each week and were able to employ 6 our foundation participants as well as 2 parents.

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Summer Tennis Camp 2022

Give, Laugh, Love With Gina Brillon

April 9, 2022

 

Gina Brillon, a world class comedian, put on a hilarious show after a wonderful dinner. With the support of our incredible donors we were able to raise just over $30,000. With the proceeds from this event we were able to host our own summer tennis camp and continue to fund our Saturday Clinics. 

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TennisTalk With Mikael Pernfors

December 4, 2020

 

Mikael Pernfors, Vero Beach resident, former top 10 professional tennis player, and SWF supporter - provided stories of his illustrious college and professional tennis career.

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World Class Exhibition

November 22, 2019

Jamaica/Germany player Dustin Brown (left) vs USA's Tennys Sandgren (right) battled it out in an exhilarating and world class exhibition match on Friday, November 22, for the Sally Wilkey Foundation Kick-Off Party. Former Tennis Professional Mikael Pernfors (middle) was the evening's Chair Umpire. 

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Photo Credit: @TennisVeroBeach

“When Jane asked me to come and what she was putting on here and the foundation, there wasn’t a second thought,” said an emotional Sandgren. “Sally was a good friend of mine and it’s been tough. It’s been tough. She lived in a way it’s hard for her not to have an impact on you and to do something small in remembrance of her for a good cause, I would come from halfway around the world.”

(Randy Walker, @TennisPublisher)

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