Israel Tennis Centers Foundation Launches New Website

We are pleased to announce the launch of a powerful new tool in our drive to build greater awareness and support for the Israel Tennis Centers. It’s a vibrant new website featuring a user-friendly interface which provides an enhanced multimedia experience throughout the site.

The Israel Tennis Centers works tirelessly through the medium of sport to enhance the development of Israeli youth. Since opening its first center in Ramat Hasharon in 1976, the ITC has helped almost a half million children, many of whom come from outlying development towns throughout Israel. The ITC’s 14 centers stretch from Kiryat Shmona on the Lebanese border in the North to Beer Sheva bordering the Negev Desert in the South.

Our new responsive website was a collaborative effort with Liqui-Site Designs, a Nyack, NY based digital marketing agency. The primary objective is to bring a fresh look and feel to the ITC story – one that has been serving over 20,000 children in Israel annually for almost 40 years.

New features include video presentations, personal stories from ITC children, interactive content that better acquaints visitors with each of our locations in Israel, information that both ITC donors and visitors will find compelling, social media integration and an opportunity for individuals and teams to fundraise on behalf of the organization through their own social networks.

Our website will always be a work in progress. We will continue to update the information regularly with new programs, events, news and stories from Israel and around the world that affects the ITC and the children we serve.

Take a look around and let us know what you think! Share your comments below or on our Facebook page.

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