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A special THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!!

Our 23rd Annual Tournament thanks our donors and players in the tournament that help make the lives better for women, children and those less fortunate. 



McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center
College of William and Mary
~ Home of the Charity Tennis Classic Tournament~        



99% of money raised goes directly to Avalon, CASA, Latisha's House and Franciscan Brethren of St. Phillip

About Latisha's House

Latisha's House Foundation Inc.is a holistic centered organization that seeks to build safe house for women all over the U.S. and is dedicated to helping women trapped in negative circumstances or exploited by the sex industry.

CASA's Mission Statement

Colonial Casa believes every child deserves to live in a safe and permanent home. The purpose of Colonial CASA is to provide supervised and trained volunteers that advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in the Greater Williamsburg area courts.

AVALON MISSION AND VISION

Avalon is committed to intervening in and reducing the incidence of domestic violence and sexual assault. In order to achieve this mission, Avalon offers shelter, advocacy, education, and support to survivors and fosters awareness and prevention by educating the community.

AVALON MISSION AND VISION
Avalon is committed to intervening in and reducing the incidence of domestic violence and sexual assault. In order to achieve this mission, Avalon offers shelter, advocacy, education, and support to survivors and fosters awareness and prevention by educating the community.

FRANCISCAN BRETHREN OF ST. PHILLIP

Franciscan Brethren of St Phillip offers individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities local group homes and provides assisted living and day facilities for those with mental health diagnosis. Each resident is encouraged to achieve an improved quality of life through integration in community activities.



Congratulations to Shirley Williams, Founder and Director of the CTC, for 24 Years of dedication to the tournament and local charities!