The Israel Tennis Centers offers uniquely designed programs to meet the specific needs of its children:

Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics routinely assesses the numbers and demographics regarding children and youth at-risk under the age of 17 in Israel and the findings are startling… Learn More »

Israeli society is a diverse and complicated mix of Jews, Muslim Arabs, Christian Arabs, Bedouins and Druze as well as refugees from many countries around the world… Learn More »

Girls at Risk Empowerment
The Girls at Risk Empowerment Program is the only program in Israel that employs tennis for at-risk girls, ages 12 -16 to provide knowledge, skills, and opportunities, to develop… Learn More »

High Performance
Virtually every Israeli professional tennis player began their development at the Israel Tennis Centers. The ITC’s High Performance Program unites talented athletes from various socio-economic circumstances, as Jewish, Muslim, Christian, and Druze children develop and train together, reflecting Israel’s multi-cultural society. Importantly, it draws many of its athletes from the ITC’s social impact programs… Learn More »

Immigrant Children
The ITC has had a long and rich history of providing opportunities and support to immigrant children from all over the world, including the former Soviet Union, South Lebanon, Nigeria, Sudan and Ethiopia, as well as to the children of foreign workers from Africa, Asia, and more… Learn More »

The Kindergarten Program represents the ITC’s core educational effort for young children from Israel’s periphery… Learn More »

Special Needs
Physical activity has been shown to enhance the quality of life for all children and adults. It is widely believed that those with disabilities may derive an even greater benefit than the non-disabled… Learn More »