Through the history of organization we have seen tennis transform lives. As a life-long sport, tennis provides the opportunity to engage in physical activity while fulfilling social and emotional needs. 

We believe that the sport of tennis should be accessible and free of any barriers to entry, including financial restraints, to every individual living in the Pacific Northwest. To this end, we have created several scholarship funds that directly support low or income restricted youth and families throughout our section. Explore our youth development scholarship programs below. 


Junior Scholarship Program, which is intended to increase access to youth tennis programs throughout the Pacific Northwest. This scholarship program eliminates the cost barrier to entry into the sport and encourages all kids to pick up a racket.

Click here to support our Junior Scholarship program.


RecTennis was created by USTA PNW and is recognized as one of the best youth sports programs offered in the country. Through its year-round RecTennis programs, USTA PNW is proud to provide tennis scholarships to Title I schools, individuals and families in-need.

Click here to support our RecTennis Scholarship program.


Arlene Clark Scholarships for Youth at Vancouver Tennis Center is named in honor of Arlene Clark, a member of the U.S. Professional Tennis Association and a key figure in the local Vancouver, WA tennis community. Vancouver Tennis Center (VTC) is proud to carry on this tradition to ensure junior players in SW Washington will continue to receive scholarships providing the opportunity to take lessons at VTC.

Click here to find out more about the Arlene Clark Scholarships at Vancouver Tennis Center 


Scholarships for Youth at Galbraith Tennis Center offers year-round Junior programming at no cost to low or income restricted youth ages 6 – 18 at Galbraith Tennis Center (GTC). 

Click here to find out more about the Scholarships program at Galbraith Tennis Center 


USTA PNW Community Youth Scholarship Program helps clubs and facilities build a youth scholarship program at the local level. If you have an existing scholarship program that you are looking to expand or are interested in starting a program contact Monica Baker

Click here to find a facility in your area with a Community Youth Scholarship Program

 Click here to apply for a USTA PNW Scholarship


The Need

When you donate to USTA PNW you can feel good knowing that you are creating community, character and well-being through everyday moments. As a 501(c)3 nonprofit we rely on the support of donors like you who make it possible for EVERYONE to experience the life-long benefits that tennis has to offer Donate today!