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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 6

Philadelphia Freedoms

10

CTCA

Monday, July 7

Springfield Lasers

5

Springfield-Greene County Park Board

Tuesday, July 8

Washington Kastles and Philadelphia Freedoms

7

BGCBW and CTCA

Wednesday, July 9

Washington Kastles

8  

BGCBW

Thursday, July 10

Washington Kastles

10  

BGCBW

Friday, July 11

Philadelphia Freedoms

12  

CTCA

Saturday, July 12

Philadelphia Freedoms and San Diego Aviators

8  

CTCA and CCFA

Sunday, July 13

Washington Kastles

5  

BGCBW

Monday, July 14

Austin Aces

10  

Andy Roddick Foundation

Tuesday, July 15

Texas Wild

8  

Emily's Place

Wednesday, July 16

Philadelphia Freedoms and Texas Wild

7  

CTCA and Emily's Place

Thursday, July 17

Austin Aces

8  

Andy Roddick Foundation

Friday, July 18

Austin Aces and Boston Lobsters

8  

Andy Roddick Foundation and Education Outbound

Saturday, July 19

Austin Aces

7  

Andy Roddick Foundation

Sunday, July 20

Philadelphia Freedoms

6  

CTCA

Monday, July 21

Austin Aces

9  

Andy Roddick Foundation

Tuesday, July 22

Washington Kastles

7  

BGCBW

Wednesday, July 23

Austin Aces

8  

Andy Roddick Foundation

 

 Team

 Total Raised

 Austin Aces

 $5,500

 Philadelphia Freedoms

 $4,500

 Washington Kastles

 $4,500

 Texas Wild

 $1,500

 Springfield Lasers

 $1,000

 Boston Lobsters

 $500

 San Diego Aviators

 $500

 

MYLAN ACES TEAM CHARITY LIST

 

Austin Aces

    • The Andy Roddick Foundation works so that all children have abundant opportunities to reach their full potential.  
    • We focus on out-of-school time, meaning those hours before and afterschool as well as summers, weekends, and during school vacations. The average student spends 80% of their waking hours outside the classroom. These are the hours when students are at risk of losing academic skills, being a victim of violent crime, gaining weight by not being physically active, and engaging in risky behaviors. The Andy Roddick Foundation works to transform this time into hours of opportunity, and high-quality out-of-school time programs can have a positive and lasting effect on students by keeping them safe, engaged, and active. 
    • To further achieve our mission, the Andy Roddick Foundation is creating the Sports & Learning Center in Austin, Texas, to be opened in 2015, to provide a safe, enriching learning space for children in our community. Visit the Sports & Learning Center page for additional information on the Center and how you can be a part of it.

Boston Lobsters

    • Education Outbound (EO) is a Massachusetts non-profit organization that provides educational field trips for children's homes and schools in need. Our programs are designed to enhance a child's education by introducing them to new learning environments that they may never otherwise be able to experience.
    • We believe that every child should have the chance to encounter a learning experience that inspires, enlightens, and provides hope. The goal of the organization is to have an impact on underprivileged children and positively influence their lives.   
    • We start by identifying homes and schools that are especially in need. Next, we work with the homes and schools to plan and organize educational field trips that fit within their respective curriculums (following Massachusetts state standards). Finally, we fund and implement the specific field trip.

Philadelphia Freedoms

    • 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.

San Diego Aviators

    • The Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA) is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization dedicated to finding the cures for Crohn's Disease and ulcerative colitis. Since our founding over four decades ago, CCFA has remained at the forefront of research in Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. Today, we fund cutting-edge studies at major medical institutions, nurture investigators at the early stages of their careers, and finance underdeveloped areas of research. In addition, our educational workshops and programs, along with our scientific journal, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, enable medical professionals to keep pace with this rapidly growing field.

Springfield Lasers

    • 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

    • 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.
    • 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

    • 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.