Home   Donate

Donate Now

“I’ve been in the program since I was 10 years-old and it’s really a privilege to be part of such an amazing federation. To everyone in Canada, thank you for your support. You guys are amazing,” Bianca explained after winning Indian Wells.

It takes dedication, drive and investment to train to become a tennis champion:

  • 12,480 hours of on-court training
  • 5,760 hours in the gym
  • 3,360 calls home
  • 630 used strings
  • 340 racquets
  • 150 tournaments

Tennis in this country continues to grow, with more kids than ever picking up a racquet and falling in love with this great sport. And many of them dream of being No. 1 in the world!

More than a decade ago, Tennis Canada launched a high-performance training system in the hope of helping kids across the country realize that dream.  From tennis programs in clubs to Regional Tennis Centres in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal and soon to be Halifax; Tennis Canada works with coaches at the highest level.  Once an athlete reaches 14 years of age, they may be invited to train full-time at Tennis Canada’s National Training Centre (NTC) in Montreal where they receive coaching, fitness training and an academic education – all the resources necessary to succeed at the top levels of the sport. All at little-to-no cost to the families, taking away that incredible burden from their parents.

Tennis Canada has recruited internationally-renowned coaches, physiotherapists and tutors to provide athletes with qualified staff to support them in all aspects of their development, including sport science and nutrition. This requires an investment by Tennis Canada of between $50,000 and $100,000 per year, for three to five years, for each athlete.

As a not-for-profit, Tennis Canada relies heavily on proceeds from the Rogers Cup tournaments in Toronto and Montreal as well as philanthropic donations to keep this high-performance system running.  Less than 1% of our budget comes from government funds.

And we know the system is working!  The world is talking about Canada’s stars. From Milos and Genie to Bianca and Félix, our system has produced some of the most exciting and promising players on the WTA and ATP Tours.

And, despite their young age, Bianca and Félix are ready to give back to the sport that has already given them so much.  To help support this campaign…

Bianca and Félix have pledged to match every single donation made, dollar for dollar, up to $50,000 each! 

And they would like to raise it before their first matches at Rogers Cup presented by National Bank on Tuesday, August 6!

That means your donation of $25 = $75; $100 = $300; $1,000 = $3,000!  All to help Canada’s next Next Gen join Bianca and Félix on the world stage!

Help Canada’s juniors reach their dreams and get your donation matched by Bianca and Félix!  Donate Now!

Meet Canada’s next Next Gen!

“We started talking about this when we were young teenagers here at the National Tennis Centre, that one day, we would become ambassadors like Milos and Vasek were for us. For me, to be in this position today, to be able to give back and be an example for others, it is something that is very important,” Félix said.



It’s easy to make your donation to Tennis Canada with the following options.

Donate online – Make a safe, secure donation online.

Call us – To reach us via telephone, call 1-877-2Tennis (1-877-283-6647) and enter extension 7918 to speak with Tulla Bateman.

For Quebec residents: Call 1-855-Tennis-0 (1-855-836-6470) and enter extension 6215 to speak with Claudine Ferragut.

Make donations of securities – To make a gift of securities please contact Tulla Bateman via email at tulla@tenniscanada.com or call 1-887-2Tennis (1-877-283-6647) and press 7918.

Mail donation form:

Tennis Canada, Attn: Tulla Bateman
100-1 Shoreham Drive
Toronto, ON  M3N 3A6


For Quebec residents:
Tennis Canada, Attn: Claudine Ferragut
285, rue Gary Carter
Montreal, QC  H2R 2W1


Tennis Canada is grateful for your support and to show our appreciation we offer the following benefits to all our donors:

QUALIFIER – $25 – $99

  • Donor acknowledgement & charitable tax receipt
  • Email updates on our Canadian players, like Milos Raonic, Bianca Andreescu, Félix Auger-Aliassime and Denis Shapovalov

QUARTER-FINALIST – $100 – $249 – All of the above benefits plus:

  • Tickets to Tevlin Challenger at Aviva Centre and other Challenger events

SEMIFINALIST – $250 – $499 – All of the above benefits plus:

  • Recognition on Tennis Canada website and in Annual Report
  • Advance ticket sales to Fed Cup and/or Davis Cup ties (when available)
  • Advance ticket sales (Toronto) and assistance with ticket reservation (Montréal) for Rogers Cup presented by National Bank

FINALIST – $500 – $999 – All of the above benefits plus:

  • Exclusive opportunity to play on Centre Court at Aviva Centre (Toronto) or STADE IGA (Montréal)Name listing on donor walls at Aviva Centre (Toronto) and STADE IGA (Montréal)
  • Toronto : Exclusive invitation to opening weekend Rogers Cup matches and courtside lunch
  • Montréal : Invitation to the Opening Night cocktail and matches (Monday of the tournament)

CHAMPION – $1,000 – $4,999 – All of the above benefits plus:

  • Invitation to a private exhibition with Canada’s top juniors
  • Invitation to Chairman’s Lounge during early rounds of Rogers Cup (Toronto) or to Henri-Rochon Lounge (Montréal)

ACE – $5,000 – $9,999 – All of the above benefits plus:

  • Invitation to try PlaySight, a state-of-the-art analysis of your tennis game – just like the pros use.  Hosted at Aviva Centre (Toronto) or STADE IGA (Montréal)
  • Invitation to Chairman’s Lounge during your choice of any round at Rogers Cup (Toronto) or to Henri-Rochon Lounge (Montréal)

AMBASSADOR – $10,000 and up – All of the above benefits plus:

  • Special Rogers Cup Access:
    • Tournament Accreditation
    • Special invitation to Chairman’s Lounge (Toronto) or Rogers Cup Lounge (Montreal) with priority date selection
    • Behind the scenes tour including Tevlin Players’ Lounge
    • Official Draw event with ATP/WTA players (when available)
  • Annual dinner with Tennis Canada’s President & Vice President Tennis Development
  • Invitation to Fed Cup and/or Davis Cup dinner (when available)
  • Other special opportunities annually

Tennis Canada’s $10,000+ donors are key partners in tennis development at all levels – community, high performance, competitive structure and coaching. Donors at these levels are entitled to all the benefits listed as well as specifically developed opportunities developed based on the interest of the donor.

Lifetime Legends

Tennis Canada is grateful to those donors whose passion and commitment for tennis has resulted in total lifetime contributions exceeding $100,000. Your generosity is felt by tennis players, coaches, and fans across the country.

Lorne & Wendy Abony
Robert & Mary Pat Armstrong
James & Nicole Bagnell
Marc & Tracy Bibeau
The Birmingham Family
David & Stacey Cynamon
Dan & Jill Devlin
Donalda Tennis Club
Tony & Robyn Eames Family Foundation
Edron Holdings Ltd
Norman Elliott
The Fleck Family Foundation
Ron & Myrna Ghitter
Linda Glover & Ian De Verteuil
Gerry Goldberg
Peter Goldberg
Granite Club
Graeme & Elizabeth Hibberd
Peter Jensen & Laura McCain
Katz Group Canada Inc.
Andrzej Kepinski
Adrian Lachance
Famille LeBlanc
John LeBoutillier
Hans & Ingeborg Maciej
Hector MacKay-Dunn & Family
Roger Martin
McRae Imaging Inc.
In Memory of Harold P. Milavsky
The Ontario Trillium Foundation
Alex Osten
Rochelle Rabinovitz
Milos Raonic & the Raonic Family
The Rix Family Foundation
Mike & Nicole Tevlin
The Toronto Lawn Tennis Club
Buddy Victor
1 Anonymous Donor

Tennis Matters to Us Annual Donors

Tennis Canada gratefully acknowledges all the donors who generously contributed between Jan. 1 – Dec. 31, 2018.

Legends $100,000+

Robert & Mary Pat Armstrong
The Birmingham Family
Norman Elliott
Famille Le Blanc
In Memory of Harold P. Milavsky
Mike & Nicole Tevlin

Grand Slammers $25,000-$99,999

Ivan Bebek
Marc & Tracy Bibeau
The Cynamon Family
Ron & Myrna Ghitter
Green Fischer Family Trust
Sandeep Lal
Peter Jensen & Laura McCain
NWM Private Giving Foundation
Alfredo & Moira Romano

Ambassadors $10,000 – $24,999

Gary and Jo Barnes
Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities
The J.T Clark Family Foundation Inc.
The Donald F. Hunter Foundation
John LeBoutillier
The Nadir & Shabin Mohamed Foundation
Rob Nicholls
Robert Rivard
The Silent Auction Company
Betty Sinclair
Sylcan Properties Inc.
Toronto Foundation
United Israel Appeal of Canada
Mike and Miranda Verney
Graeme & Ellen Watt
The Wilson Foundation
1 Anonymous Donor

Aces $5,000 – $9,999

John Anderson
Richard & Kim Ballantyne
June Branson
Thomas Alan Budd Foundation/The Calgary Foundation
The Calgary Foundation
Bernard Cormier
D.W. Clark Services P.C. Inc.
Fondation Mi Corazon
Jack Graham and Michelle Awad
David & Miray Granovsky
William Hechter
Henry White Kinnear Foundation
Terry Hooge
Joseph Alfred Remai Family Foundation
Lisa Kendall
John Jules Lapointe
S&P Data LLC
Alan & Rebecca Simpson
Keith Wales
1 Anonymous Donor

Champions $1,000 – $4,999

Hamid Abdollahi
Jason Balakas
The Benevity Community Impact Fund
Louis Borfiga
Stuart Boyce
Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP
The Calgary Foundation
The Christopher Foundation
Copez Properties Ltd
Dorothy Cutting
Danone Canada
Dental Corp Canada
David Dimmer
Michael Downey
George Elamatha
Enterprise Rent A Car Canada Company
Five Mile Enterprises Ltd.
Mickey Ford
Michael Fortier
Foundation of Youth
David Gibb
J.P. Flament
Christine Gray
Stuart Gray
Ira Grossman
Landon Grubb
Henry White Kinnear Foundation
Janice Hunter
Dr. Anand Irrinki Professional Corporation
Investors Group
The Joseph Frieberg Family Charitable Foundation
Sam Kamis
Kieron Kilduff
Kim Family Foundation
Kirk Family
Peter Kruyt
Robert & Cynthia Langford
Eugène Lapierre
Jean-François Laverdure
Kevin Ludbrook
Bill McTavish
Brian Mennis
Alan Mockler
Andy Mockler
Mais Family Foundation
Paul O’Donohue
Naomi Ogino
Oxford Properties – Upper Canada Mall
R. Howard Webster Foundation
Dr. Nick Mohtadi
John M. Murphy
Gary Newell
Tom & Cara Nicolopoulos
Ajay Ohir
Alex Osten
Daniel Phelan
Danny Pivnick
Julia Pletneva
Andrew Podnieks
Hart & Nancy Pollack
RBC Financial Group
Ritz-Carlton Montréal
Roy Romanow
Don Ross
Mark & Susan Sager
Scott Family
Jane & Burton Simpson
Tim Smith
Karen Soupcoff
Spin Master
STGM Architectes
Rob Swann
John & Diane Storey Family Foundation
Mark Teare
Teed Saunders Doyle & Co
Helen Tennyson
Richard Thomson
Todd Throndson
Tutsch Family Foundation
Vancouver Foundation
Buddy Victor
Brian Waring
WTA Tour

Finalists $500 – $999

Bryan and Lucile Adderley
Tulla Bateman
Alain Beaupré
Anne Bell
Richard S. Bell
Jennifer Bishop
Rodney Black
J. Russell Blake
Marshall Bleiweis
M. Daniel Boisvert
Nahla Boury
Eric Bussieres
The CRB Foundation
Henry & Jeanne Ciok
Murray & Janice Coates
Collega International
The CRB Foundation
Mark Crossfield
Alison Stone & Richard Currie
Discovery Holdings Ltd.
Denise Dyck
Sandra Eskenazi
Claudine Ferragut
Allan & Marilyn Fowler
Dr. G. Galli Dentistry Professional Corporation
Amanda Gaskin
Cameron Gill
Doru Gorzo
Jacqueline Green
Peter and Mary Grove
Dean Haga
Paul Howe
Rao Irrinki
Kisko Freezies
Mr. Michel Lecavalier
Joan Lenczner
Edmund Li
Ian and Jane MacDonald
Lyall McCurdy
Donald McDougall
Richard McLaren
Joanie McMaster
Jim Mitchell
Raymond Murakami
Allan & Shelley Patrick
Paul Lee Assoc. B&S
Jennifer Petter
Phillips Engineering
Robert & Patti Pilon
Doug Porter
Claude Savard
Daniel H. Shannon
Tillie Shuster and Ronnie Shenfield
Signature Pro
Karim Sunderji
TD Bank Group
Thanks to Nancy McFadyen
Crystal Smith
Karen & Ivan Smith
Michael Smith
Helene St-Amand
Amanda Sutherland
Donald and Dorothy Titus
Rick Vandergraaf
Weston Forest
Rubin Wiens
World Mechanical Contracting Inc
Gavin Ziv

Semifinalists – $250 – $499

Forbes Andersen
James Anderson
Robert Anker
Madeleine Barette
Dave Bell
Emanuel Bertolin
Maria Bo
Alan Burk
Dion Degrand
Brain & Ursula Fischer
Niels Gundesen
Carol Huddart
Michael Kalles
Michael Katz
Ann Kiresbom
Leung Kwok
Gilbert Ludwig
Leor Margulies
Elisabeth Martin
Sheila McFadyen
Gillian Owen and Mark Cassidy
Michael Pellettier
Paul Pellettier
Christopher Pepper
Scott Ricketts
Victoria Robinson
Janet Rowley
Karl Seger
Patricia Shannon
Rob Thompson
Elaine Timmins
Doug Vienneau
Tamar Zenith
Zac Zenith

Game. Set. Match. Daniel Nestor presented by Sandeep Lal and Lucero Homes

Sandeep Lal
ATP Tour, Inc.
Marc & Tracy Bibeau
Tony & Robyn Eames Family Foundation
East West Funds
Grand Slam Investments Inc.
Green Fischer Family Trust
ITF (International Tennis Federation)
Rebecca MacDonald
Nancy & John McFadyen
Newton Glassman Charitable Foundation
Quantico Capital Corp.
RP Investment Advisors
Sam Sebastian
TD Wealth
Mike & Nicole Tevlin
Tora Foundation
Torys LLP
Tricon Capital Group Inc.
Sherry Vanstone
1 Anonymous Donor

Registered Charity Name: CANADIAN TENNIS ASSOCIATION | Business Number: QD-114060

CanadaHelps is a registered charity | Charity Registration Number: 896568417RR0001