Sportsmen’s serves more than 5000 young people and 1,000 adults annually. We provide free programs for low-income families in the Blue Hill Corridor, which includes parts of Dorchester, Mattapan, Roxbury, Hyde Park, South Boston and Jamaica Plain – 94% are people of color, and 83% speak more than one language. These neighborhoods have higher rates of chronic illnesses including diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity and COVID-19 – making our health and wellness services vital.
We strive to make a meaningful impact in the lives of the families we serve. Now, more than ever, that investment is essential.
Sportsmen’s wins USTA Chapter of the Year 2021!
- Daily after-school academics and enrichment
- Social/emotional wellness groups
- Summer camps
- Community tennis
- Tournament training
We bring tennis into the Boston Public Schools through our Match Point program, connect kids with police officers in Volley Against Violence, and deliver critical community health programs with our partner, Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
ON THE COURTS
youth served each year through community outreach & partnerships
on-time HS graduation of STEC scholar-athletes
Our pioneering program connects 150 kids with Boston Police Officers each week
IN THE CLASSROOM
hours of academic instruction annually
Reading at Grade Level
of at-risk kids in our academic programs advance one grade level in Math, Science & English
IN THE COMMUNITY
free fitness classes and 10 community health forums
of fresh produce distributed during the pandemic
wellness screenings conducted on-site by our community partner, Brigham and Women’s Hospital