A world-class team
is coming to SoCal

We are proud to bring together several of the most influential and important organizations in America today in a groundbreaking collaboration that will set a new standard for community centers.

The Kimmelman Family Foundation

The Kimmelman Family Foundation is a charitable trust that focuses its donations in the areas of education, health, energy and environmental initiatives, and athletics. Founded in 1998, the Foundation has donated generously to causes that are important to the Kimmelman family.

The United States Tennis Association

The United States Tennis Association is the governing body for the sport of tennis. It is a non-for-profit organization dedicated to investing 100% of its profits towards promoting and developing the sport’s growth on every level in the U.S.

The Kimmelman Campus will serve as the West Coast hub for USTA’s Player Development Division, which works to develop world-class American players, a program that not only trains athletes, but also provides pathways for athletes to transition into coaching and promotes diversity in the sport.

The Campus will also serve as the headquarters for the USTA Southern California (SCTA), which offers recreational and competitive programs in Southern California.

The USTA Foundation Incorporated

The mission of the USTA Foundation (USTAF) is to bring tennis and education together to change lives. The USTAF, the charitable arm of the governing body of U.S. Tennis, uses the sport of tennis as a vehicle to help under-resourced youth become more engaged in school and learning with the goal of succeeding both on and off the court.

The USTA Foundation’s flagship National Junior Tennis & Learning (NJTL) program was founded in 1969 by tennis legend Arthur Ashe, a humanitarian and advocate of sports programs for underserved children. Today the NJTL program supports a network of 350 nonprofit chapters that annually reach more than 200,000 underserved youth nationwide. Chapters provide an array of youth and family services, including during-school and after-school tennis programs, homework help, summer camps, tennis competitions, essay contests and college scholarships.

TGR Foundation – A Tiger Woods Charity

For more than 20 years, TGR Foundation has worked to create a world where opportunity is universal and potential is limitless.

With an unwavering commitment to impact an entire generation, the TGR Foundation’s mission is to empower students to pursue their passions through education. They are pioneers in positive youth development, encouraging self-advocacy skills in young people. Their programs foster a growth mindset, instilling in students the strength and skills to persevere and define their own path.

Through their award-winning STEM curricula, college-access  and career-readiness programs, digital platforms and educator professional development, TGR Foundation offers underrepresented students the resources and support needed to thrive in school and beyond. For more information, visit TGRFoundation.org or follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

USTA Southern California

The Kimmelman Campus will serve as the headquarters for the USTA Southern California section (USTASoCal), which stretches from the Central Coast to the north, to San Diego to the south, and from the Inland Empire to the east, to the Pacific Ocean to the west. USTASoCal has a rich history of producing some of the greatest American tennis players of all time.

With a membership of over 40,000 tennis enthusiasts, USTASoCal runs Adult leagues, tournaments and social programs, Junior tournaments, Net Generation Youth Programs, Tennis on Campus, Wheelchair and Adaptive Programs, and provides a touchpoint for all things tennis in SoCal. Please visit our website at USTASoCal.com.

AEG Worldwide

Headquartered in Los Angeles, AEG is the world’s leading sports and live entertainment company that entertains over 100 million guests annually. AEG is the world’s largest owner of sports events and sports teams, including the LA Galaxy, the most decorated club in Major League Soccer and developer of some of the game’s biggest stars.