$1 million grant for Sydney Maccabi Tennis Club

June 26, 2022 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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The NSW Government will support the revitalisation of ‘White City’ with a $1 million grant to the Sydney Maccabi Tennis Club.

The planned renovated Maccabi Tennis Club

The Liberal member for Vaucluse Gabrielle Upton said: “This grant will allow the Sydney Maccabi Tennis Club to expand its White City tennis facilities providing more modern, inclusive and accessible facilities for the community.

Sydney Maccabi Tennis Club is one of the largest junior sporting development programs in NSW and this funding will ensure young athletes have safe, new sporting facilities to develop their skills and have fun.”

The grant is funded by the NSW Government’s Multi-Sport Community Facility Fund.

President of the Sydney Maccabi Tennis Club, Jeremy Fisher added that: “The redevelopment of the tennis facilities will offer the community nine flood-lit tennis courts, four mini tennis courts, undercover parking and state-of-the-art facilities for all to enjoy.”

The Club plays an important role in connecting our community through sport. The Club has always welcomed the entire local community and the redevelopment will provide a benefit to the local community through the enhancement of the Club’s programmes, social tennis, junior programmes and more.

Thank you to the NSW Government and Gabrielle Upton MP for your support in helping us achieve our vision of connecting our local community through sport,” Mr Fisher said.

Minister for Tourism and Sport Stuart Ayres said the Fund would keep communities across NSW heathy, active and connected.

He added: “This program is enabling people of all ages and abilities to get on the court and enjoy the benefits that sport offers.”

The Maccabi Tennis Club is an independent identity within the grounds occupied by the nascent Hakoah Club.

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