We’re supporting causes on each side of the river
The Ken McGregor Foundation
Supporting the next generation of tennis champions
Tennis SA is the governing body of Tennis in South Australia. Our central role is to showcase, promote, develop and manage the game of tennis in South Australia.
The Ken McGregor Foundation was established by Tennis SA to assist our next generation of disabled and able bodied international tennis players. Ken was a legend of South Australian tennis and we are thrilled to recognise his contribution through the foundation.
Since being established in 2010, the Ken McGregor Foundation has provided 42 grants to 24 individuals totalling over $80,000. Players such as Thanasi Kokkinakis (Davis Cup player for Australia), Brad Mousley (Australian Open Junior Doubles winner), Henry DeCure (world top 100 wheelchair player), and Petra Hule (Australian National Junior Team member) have all benefited from support from the Ken McGregor Foundation.
In order to maintain our proud tennis history and continually develop Australia’s tennis superstars it is important that we provide our talented disabled and able bodied juniors with the necessary resources and the pathway that will ensure the greatest chance of success at the top level.
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Adelaide’s Longest Lunch is a major partner of the Ken McGregor Foundation and together we will support South Australia’s next generation of tennis champions.
State Theatre Company South Australia Foundation
State Theatre Company South Australia is the state’s flagship professional theatre company performing an annual season of classic and contemporary Australian and international theatre works at its main performance home – the Dunstan Playhouse.
The Company is a major community and cultural resource for all South Australians and is vital to artistic life in the state. The State Theatre Company, through our Foundation, relies on the generosity of our donors so we can continue to create vibrant, world-class theatre, support our artists and ensure equal access to those who would otherwise not be able to share the experience.
We need philanthropic support so we are able to continue to develop new work for our audiences that is engaging, enlightening and of the highest quality. We are committed to nurturing South Australian creative expression and artists and telling stories which create great experiences for our audiences. To do this we invest in the very best actors, artists, creative and technical people and the future of Theatre in our State.
All donations, large or small, make a difference to our ability to continue our work.Visit their website