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The team with the most aces each night of the Mylan WTT season will receive $1,000.00 toward a local charity of the team's choice as part of the Mylan Aces program. If there is a tie, the award will be split accordingly.
 
Date Team with the Most Aces Number of Aces Charity Selected
Sunday, July 7 Philadelphia Freedoms 8 Assistance in Healthcare / Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA)
Monday, July 8 Philadelphia Freedoms 7 Assistance in Healthcare / Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA)
Tuesday, July 9 Washington Kastles 9 Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington – Clubhouse #2
Wednesday, July 10 Orange County Breakers 9 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County
Thursday, July 11 Springfield Lasers 10 Springfield-Greene County Park Board Scholarship Fund
Friday, July 12 Orange County Breakers 12 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County
Saturday, July 13 Orange County Breakers 13 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County
Sunday, July 14 Philadelphia Freedoms 9 Assistance in Healthcare / Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA)
Monday, July 15 Philadelphia Freedoms 9 Assistance in Healthcare / Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA)
Tuesday, July 16 Orange County Breakers 12 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County
Wednesday, July 17 Philadelphia Freedoms; Washington Kastles 9 Assistance in Healthcare / Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA); Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington – Clubhouse #2
Thursday, July 18 Orange County Breakers 11 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County
Friday, July 19 Philadelphia Freedoms 10 Assistance in Healthcare / Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA)
Saturday, July 20 Orange County Breakers 10 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County
Sunday, July 21 Philadelphia Freedoms; Orange County Breakers 11 Assistance in Healthcare / Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA); Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County
Monday, July 22 Sacramento Capitals 12 Sacramento Community Tennis Organization
Tuesday, July 23 Philadelphia Freedoms; New York Sportimes 7 Assistance in Healthcare / Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA); Johnny Mac Tennis Project
Wednesday, July 24 Orange County Breakers 12 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County
Thursday, July 25
(Eastern Conference Championship)
Washington Kastles 8 Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington – Clubhouse #2
Thursday, July 25
(Western Conference Championship)
Springfield Lasers 9 Springfield-Greene County Park Board Scholarship Fund
Sunday, July 28
(Mylan WTT Finals)
Springfield Lasers 9 Springfield-Greene County Park Board Scholarship Fund
 
MYLAN ACES TEAM CHARITY LIST
 
Boston Lobsters
Tenacity 
   o This co-ed, youth outreach was co-founded by the Boston Lobsters' coach Bud Schultz in 1999.
   o Tenacity has served over 30,000 Boston students with our high quality school-year and summer programs. Our aim is to impart the skills and resilience needed for under-served youth to succeed in school and life.
 
New York Sportimes
   o Mission: To expose young athletes in the United States, and particularly in the greater New York metropolitan area to the sport of tennis, as a life-long health, fitness and well-being activity, and for some such athletes, introduce them to high level, competitive tennis, in each case, by raising public and private funds in order to (1) provide scholarships to attend a New York City-based tennis academy/training facility, (2) receive private and group lessons, practice time and match play, (3) provide funding to offset the costs and expenses associated with travel to regional, national and international tournaments, including on-site coaching at such tournaments, and (4) build, expand and/or enhance the tennis-related facilities and infrastructure in connection therewith.
 
Orange County Breakers
   o The Big Brothers Big Sisters Mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally-supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
   o The Big Brothers Big Sisters Vision is successful mentoring relationships for all children who need and want them, contributing to brighter futures, better schools, and stronger communities for all.
 
Philadelphia Freedoms
   o AIH makes gifts, in the form of grants, to help defray the costs of non-medical needs such as utilities, housing, transportation and basic living expenses to eligible patients and their immediate family members, so that the patient can focus on what’s important—their healing.
 
Sacramento Capitals
   o SCTA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to affordable Junior Tennis Programs.
 
Springfield Lasers
   o The Springfield-Greene County Park Board offers Scholarships for those who meet income guidelines within Springfield and Greene County. They are intended to assist those under the age of 18 who could not otherwise pay for program fees. Scholarship amounts are limited by the amount of funding available and may not be available at all during certain periods of the year.
 
Texas Wild
   o Mission and Background: Emily's Place (formerly Dallas Providence Homes, Inc.) seeks to break the cycle of domestic violence for women and their children through long-term transformational care that seeks to restore faith, hope and health.
   o Emily's Place opened its first supportive community home in the Greater Dallas area in January 2003 for women who were homeless as a result of family violence or addictions. Currently they operate a total of two homes located in Plano and Allen, Texas, and they are going to break ground on a new two-acre campus July 19, 2013 which will ultimately serve 70-90 women and children.
 
Washington Kastles
   o The mission of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington (BGCGW) is to help boys and girls of all backgrounds, especially those who need us most, build confidence, develop character and acquire the skills needed to become productive, civic-minded, responsible adults. In partnership with the Metropolitan Police Department, the DC Region provides youth ages 5 to 18 with high-impact, affordable programs and caring adult mentorship to keep kids on the path to great futures, emphasizing academic success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles.