Rally4Racquets, the non-profit organization dedicated to providing underprivileged children with access to tennis, is thrilled to announce a new partnership with Roger Williams Park in Cranston, Rhode Island. As part of this collaboration, Rally4Racquets’ donation bins will now be available at the tennis facility, making it even more convenient for the community to contribute their gently used racquets and support this impactful cause.

Shane Ciunci, Founder of Rally4Racquets, expressed his excitement, stating, “Expanding our collection bins to Roger Williams Park is a significant step forward for Rally4Racquets. This partnership allows us to reach more individuals who are passionate about making a difference in the lives of underprivileged children through the sport of tennis. Together, we can empower these young players and unlock their potential.”

Nestor Bernabe, Founder of Providence Tennis and the operator of Roger Williams Park tennis facility, shared his enthusiasm for the collaboration, saying, “We are honored to partner with Rally4Racquets and extend our support to this incredible initiative. Tennis has the power to change lives, and through this partnership, we can create opportunities for children who may not have had the chance to experience the sport. We believe in the transformative impact of tennis, and Rally4Racquets aligns perfectly with our mission to make tennis accessible to all.”

The addition of donation bins at Roger Williams Park presents a convenient opportunity for tennis enthusiasts and park visitors to contribute their unused racquets and be part of this meaningful cause. Rally4Racquets extends its deepest gratitude to Nestor Bernabe and the entire Providence Tennis team for their dedication and support in fostering a more inclusive tennis community.