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Our Partners

Ontario Tennis Association

The Ontario Tennis Association (OTA) is the provincial sport governing body for tennis in Ontario. It is a non-profit organization, incorporated under the Corporation Act. It is the largest provincial tennis association in Canada, boasting 220 clubs and 55,000 adult and child tennis players.

The two basic aims of the OTA are to encourage participation in the sport of tennis in Ontario and to provide a structure of services which will assist players to reach a level of competence consistent with their personal goals and abilities.

If you want more information about the OTA, please click here.


Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund

The Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund (OSRCF) is a grant program that supports a vision of getting and keeping Ontarians active in community sport, recreation and physical activity.


If you want more information about OSRCF, please visit their website.


City of Ottawa

The City of Ottawa (French: Ville d'Ottawa) is the corporate entity of municipal government in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The corporation is responsible for provision of services to the public as well as enforcement of municipal by-laws. It is overseen by the City Manager, and responsible to the Mayor of Ottawa (Jim Watson) and City Council.

If you want more information about the City of Ottawa, please click here.


National Capital Tennis Association

The NCTA is dedicated to increasing and strengthening the popularity of tennis in the National Capital Region, by providing encouragement, support and leadership.

If you want more information about the NCTA, please click here.


Ontario Trillium Foundation

The Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) is an agency of the Government of Ontario and Canada's leading grant-maker. The Foundation's mission is to build healthy and vibrant communities throughout Ontario by strengthening the capacity of the voluntary sector, through investments in community-based initiatives. 

If you want more information about the OTF, please click here.

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