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||Number Of Aces||Charity Selected|
|July 16||San Diego Aviators||6||Youth Tennis San Diego|
|July 17||Orange County Breakers||8||Harper For Kids|
|July 18||Washington Kastles||14||Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington|
|July 19||Washington Kastles||9||Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington|
|July 20||Philadelphia Freedoms||12||AmerisourceBergen Foundation|
|July 21||San Diego Aviators||11||Youth Tennis San Diego|
|July 22||New York Empire||12||City Parks Foundation NYC|
|July 23||NY Empire & Orange County Breakers||10||City Parks Foundation NYC & Harper For Kids|
|July 24||Washington Kastles||8||Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington|
|July 25||Washington Kastles||17||Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington|
|July 26||Springfield Lasers & Washington Kastles||6||See below...|
|July 27||San Diego Aviators||10||Youth Tennis San Diego|
|July 28||New York Empire||10||City Parks Foundation NYC|
|July 29||San Diego Aviators||10||Youth Tennis San Diego|
|July 30||New York Empire||16||City Parks Foundation NYC|
|July 31||Orange County Breakers||13||Harper For Kids|
|August 1||Washington Kastles||9||Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington|
|August 2||San Diego Aviators||12||Youth Tennis San Diego|
Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington
Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington’s (BGCGW) 14 sites—covering a territory of 75 miles that stretches from Manassas to Germantown—serve as safe havens for their members. The clubs are open when schools are not, and provide a safe, comfortable, and fun alternative to youth who would otherwise be home alone or on the street. Over 1,200 youth attend the Clubs for activities every day, to see their friends, and to spend time with positive and encouraging adults. Clubs are open after school on weekdays. Some have Saturday hours, and many offer full days during school holidays and summers. Clubs welcome every child, adolescent, or teenager for a nominal annual membership fee, but will not turn any child away for inability to pay.
AmerisourceBergen Foundation – presenting sponsor charity
Established in 2014, the AmerisourceBergen Foundation makes charitable grants to fund programs and organizations that focus on health-related causes and educational opportunities to enrich the lives of members of the global community.
Park Board Scholarship Program
The Springfield-Greene County Park Board Scholarship program is available for those who meet income guidelines, intended to assist those who could not otherwise pay for program fees. Scholarship amounts are limited and may not be available at all during certain times of the year.
Orange County Breakers
"Harper for Kids"
Harper for Kids is a youth character development program based upon legendary Coach John Wooden’s “Pyramid of Success” their mission is to teach youth essential character traits that can help them achieve their personal best in life. Harper for Kids helps K-12 schools incorporate the “Pyramid of Success” into their character education to cultivate, inspire and nurture healthy character development that will help their students be successful in all areas of their lives.
San Diego Aviators
Youth Tennis San Diego
Youth Tennis San Diego is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization whose purpose is to promote the educational, physical, and social development of all youth through organized tennis and educational activities. Their community programs encourage youth participation, personal integrity, leadership, and competitive spirit in a friendly environment that builds responsible citizens. Youth Tennis San Diego owns and operates the Barnes Tennis Center.
New York Empire
City Parks Foundation NYC
City Parks Foundation (CPF) is the only independent, nonprofit organization whose mission is to offer programs in public parks throughout the five boroughs of New York City. At CPF, they are dedicated to invigorating and transforming parks into dynamic, vibrant centers of urban life through sports, arts, community development, and education programs for all New Yorkers. Their programs and community building initiatives -- located in more than 350 parks, recreation centers, and public schools across New York City -- reach 425,000 people each year. Their ethos is simple: “we believe thriving parks reflect thriving communities.”