Laguna Niguel, CA, March 13, 2018 – Laguna Niguel Racquet Club of Spearman Clubs will host Tennis Serves Others, a 501c3 non-profit organization, for an upcoming ladies charity tournament to be held on Saturday, April 14th, from 10am to 3:30pm.
This is Tennis Serves Others and Laguna Niguel Racquet Club’s 2nd Annual Gala & Tournament bringing hundreds of ladies together, from all over Orange County and even from Los Angeles, to play in a competitive, fun tennis tournament to help others in need. When not on the courts, ladies and their guests will enjoy music, entertainment, food, drinks and can peruse the many amazing auction packages available. Proceeds will help Mary’s Kitchen, feed the homeless in Orange County, and ACEing Autism, help autistic children through unique tennis programs. In addition, TSO provides necessity toiletry bags and collects and distributes shoes to help the homeless. Last year LNRC hosted this event where $20,000 was raised. One hundred percent of the proceeds goes toward helping others.
“It’s about teamwork – working together, playing tennis together, partnering together – because that’s how you can have a bigger impact in the community and in our world. We are very grateful to Laguna Niguel Racquet Club and to many local businesses who are generously donating to this event. We are truly teaming up to help others.” Carol Walsh, Founder & CEO of Tennis Serves Others
Tennis Serves Others was started by Laguna Niguel Racquet Club members as a way to use their passion for tennis to give back to their community. Within a year, it was formed as a non-profit with the purpose to help multiple individuals or groups in need.
About Tennis Serves Others:
Tennis Serves Others is a 501c3 non-profit organization uniting tennis ladies together to promote and organize charitable activities benefiting needy individuals, groups or other non-profits in our local communities and throughout the world. The goal is to bring tennis ladies together to use their love and passion for tennis to serve those less fortunate. TSO has two chapters in Orange County and a chapter in Los Angeles with over 140 honorary members. In just two years, TSO has assisted more than thirty different groups touching thousands of needy individuals. The goal is to continue to inspire and expand to bring more racquets and hearts together to create an even bigger, more positive impact in the lives of others. To learn more about Tennis Serves Others, visit: www.tennisservesothers.org.