About TFA

Learning a Lifetime Sport!

Our goal is to open tennis up to any child and every child, we take tennis into places it’s never been before, into all kinds of communities and neighborhoods. Diversity and inclusion aren’t just token words for us. They are at the heart of everything we do.
Take our work with schools and communities. By helping more and more young players take up the sport, we equip them with a sporting attitude that stays with them for the rest of their lives. For us, there’s no barrier stopping anyone from enjoying tennis. We know this is true because we’ve helped children with a wide range of disabilities play and love the sport.
To help us deliver our vision, we work closely with the Uganda Lawn Tennis Association and a wide range of diverse partners.

TFA, founded in 2012 and still going strong, is available, free, to children ages 7-16. We operate in 3 schools thats Uganda School for the Deaf, East Kololo primary School and Shimon Demonstration School. Our program runs from January to December 

Tennis For All is about tennis, of course, but it is also about lessons for life. We think and talk about values such as pride, confidence, perseverance, responsibility, positive attitudes, respect, responsibility and courtesy. We work to make Tennis For All a memorable experience for our youngsters.

Tennis For All is about tennis, of course, but it is also about lessons for life. We think and talk about values such as pride, confidence, perseverance, responsibility, positive attitudes, respect, responsibility and courtesy. We work to make Tennis For All a memorable experience for our youngsters.

WHY DO WE DO IT?

Because tennis is a great sport, yes. But it’s so much more than that. It’s a powerful force in children’s lives that can help them stretch, grow and flourish in so many unexpected ways. It’s not just about what happens on the court. Whatever wider potential someone has inside them, tennis can help bring it out. O mission is to open tennis up to any child and every child, we take tennis into places it’s never been before, into all kinds of communities and neighborhoods. Diversity and inclusion aren’t just token words for us. They are at the heart of everything we do.
Take our work with schools and communities. By helping more and more young players take up the sport, we equip them with a sporting attitude that stays with them for the rest of their lives. For us, there’s no barrier stopping anyone from enjoying tennis. We know this is true because we’ve helped children with a wide range of disabilities play and love the sport.
To help us deliver our vision, we work closely with the Uganda Lawn Tennis Association and a wide range of diverse partners.