More Ways to Give
The ITC offers donors an opportunity to aid a developmentally, physically or economically challenged child through the ITC’s “adopt-a-child” initiative. By funding the annual cost of a child’s special ITC curriculum, the adopted player will not only receive the enhanced training skills and care, but will also enjoy the special bond that develops between him and his sponsor, and develop on a communication level and be able to participate in additional INTL tournaments.
The ITC caters to hundreds of children at risk, as well as developmentally and physically challenged children, through empowering sport activities and social enrichment. Foundations, corporate businesses and caring individuals are given an opportunity to adopt a team of 8 children with unique needs by funding the annual cost of their respective ITC programs. By adopting a team, the sponsor helps turn a group of children into a team of champions, both on and off the court.
Sponsor a Competitive Player
In order for junior competitive players to succeed in the international junior circuit and receive a genuine opportunity to play professional tennis, they must receive sponsorship for their routine travel and coaching expenses. The ITC offers foundations, corporations and individual donors an opportunity to become involved in creating professional success by sponsoring a competitive player in the junior circuit.
Within the scope of a strategic national partnership, the ITC offers foundations, corporations and individual donors an opportunity to become national sponsors by funding tennis and sport equipment. From tennis balls to tennis bags and uniforms, the ITC offers over 21,000 children each week the most professional equipment available, helping them become champions in tennis and in life. In return, sponsors receive a marketing package that includes, naming opportunities, as well as honorable mention in ITC print and internet media.
Sponsorship of Tennis Tournaments
The ITC organizes dozens of annual regional and national tennis tournaments for its competitive players, as well as for developmentally and physically challenged players, children at risk and unique tournaments that promote coexistence between Arabs and Jews. The ITC offers foundations, corporations and individual donors an opportunity to sponsor tournaments, based on their interests, values and geographical affiliation, while receiving a marketing package in return that includes naming opportunities, court signage and more.
Capital and Infrastructure Projects
Foundations, corporations and individual donors can become involved with the ITC through unique capital projects throughout Israel, which include building new ITC centers, maintaining and developing existing centers, courts, fitness rooms and more. Adoption of capital and infrastructure projects affords generous partners with marketing packages that include naming opportunities, signage and plaques, as well as honorable mention in ITC print and internet media.
Court Adoption assists the ITC in meeting the renovation and upkeep requirements of a specific tennis court, as well as implementing tennis practices and various tournaments. Court adoption can include regular courts, clay courts (available at the ITC-Ramat Hasharon) and ‘indoor’ courts (available at the ITC-Kiryat Shmona).
Management Building Adoption: Each ITC Center coordinates its activities from within a management building, complete with a private office for the Center Manager and a secretary window serving the general public. The adoption of a management building allows the ITC to meet the local office’s maintenance and upkeep requirements.
Training Wall Area Adoption: One of the most important areas at each ITC center is the training wall and practice courts. It is where beginner players can practice their game for hours on end, while experienced players polish their swing and vent leftover energies after practice. In addition, many children with special needs practice within the training wall area. Yet due to their heavy usage, the training walls and courts require constant maintenance including painting, cleaning and construction.
Fitness Room Adoption aids the ITC in maintaining its facilities and keeps them equipped with cutting-edge fitness gear, as well as implementing various fitness programs for competitive players.
Bomb Shelter Adoption: This important initiative allows the ITC to maintain existing bomb shelters located on ITC grounds, which serve as protective and safe zones for children and staff in times of missile attack.
Garden Adoption: The ITC prides itself on its gardens, which greatly contribute to the positive atmosphere, overall look and feel of the ITC centers throughout Israel. Adoption includes meeting the gardening, maintenance and landscaping needs of a particular garden.
Existing Center Adoption assists the ITC in meeting the renovation and upkeep requirements of a specific center and the implementation of its programs, while affording partners with a special bond with hundreds of children who practice at the center every day.
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