James Moulder, The Queen’s Club Foundation Assistant is taking on a personal challenge to raise funds for The Queen’s Club Foundation. In 2021 he will run at least 5km every day of the year come snow, ice, rain or shine!
On Wednesday 28th October James, part of the QCF office team, had the opportunity to watch and learn how to play visually impaired tennis. Earlier this autumn the Foundation awarded a grant to Metro Blind Sport to run 12 weeks of coaching sessions for visually impaired players.
The Queen’s Club Foundation is delighted to again be supporting Penzance Tennis Club. After the success of their disability tennis programme in 2019, we are excited to now assist Penzance in expanding their tennis in schools programme.
The Queen’s Club Foundation is thrilled to announce our new grantee Metro Blind Sport. They have been supporting blind and partially sighted people since 1973, and were instrumental in bringing over sound ball tennis from Japan over 10 years ago.
On Wednesday 2 September the QCF office team and Will Morse, Trustee, visited 245 Hammersmith Road to see our new grantee the Barons Court Project deliver pop up tennis to the homeless and people living with mental health issues.