Charity Tennis Classic

Celebrating over 25 years of service to our community!

Serving Women & Children in need since 1994

Results and photos available

Who we support

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 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 education the community.

Latisha's House Inc. is a holistic centered organization that seeks to build a 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.

Franciscan Brethren of St Phillip offers individuals with the intellectual or developmental disabilities group homes and provides small assisted living and day facilities for those with mental health diagnosis.

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99% of all money raised goes directly to our charities!

CTC supports charities that serve women and children. Paypal account and credit card payments accepted.

Dr. John McCarthy and Dr. Robert Campolattaro of Tidewater Orthopaedics were recognized for their support of the Charity Tennis Classic by Jan Johnston and Molly Strup. Tidewater Ortho's support through the years has helped the CTC raise over $500,000 for local organizations that assist women and children in the Williamsburg area. This is the 25th Anniversary of the CTC and the tennis tournament will be held September 11-12 at McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center.

Photos and Results

September 12-13

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