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The Dan Maskell Tennis Trust

Grants of up to £1,500 are available to enable disabled people in the UK to play tennis through the purchase of wheelchairs, tennis equipment and grants for coaching.

Who can apply: UK registered charities, voluntary groups, sports clubs, schools. Individuals may also apply for a small grant.

Key words: Tennis, Disability, Equipment, Individuals, United Kingdom.

The Dan Maskell Tennis Trust awards small grants up to £1,500 (or up to £500 for individuals) to support disabled tennis, with a specific interest in people who are:

  • Blind and partially sighted.
  • Hearing impaired.
  • Individuals with learning disabilities.
  • Individuals with mental health issues, and
  • Mobility impaired (wheelchair users).

Individuals, groups, special schools, disability programmes and tennis clubs may apply for financial help for specialist equipment such as:

  • Coaching fees and tennis coaching qualifications.
  • Court hire.
  • General tennis equipment to enable people with a disability to participate in the sport.
  • Special sound balls for visually impaired tennis, and
  • Tennis wheelchairs.
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