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‘Rally for Tennis’ coordinated by Granite State high schoolers will fund-raise for oppressed children

'Rally for Tennis' coordinated by Granite State high schoolers will fund-raise for oppressed children

A Granite State secondary school understudy has gotten the news out about a pledge drive that he and two companions have coordinated to help oppressed children.

Alek Karagozyan, 16, loves tennis and presently is offering his enthusiasm to other people. A pledge drive called “Rally for Tennis” is gotten ready for Aug. 15 at Longfellow New Hampshire Tennis and Swim Club in Nashua. Cash brought up will profit Advantage Kids, which serves more than 1,000 in danger youth a year.

That association acquaints youngsters with the advantages of tennis and yoga.

“We do it in Boys and Girls Clubs, parks and entertainment, after school programs. We can set up in an exercise room and cafeteria, so truly, it resembles anything is possible for us,” said Brittany Boles from Advantage Kids. “At the point when we collect more cash, that transforms into more projects.”

Karagozyan said he needed to offer back in the wake of getting astounding things himself.

“We didn’t have any sort of parental inclusion or grown-up help. We just went out there. We needed to construct everything. We needed to contact sellers. We have patrons for the occasion, racket organizations,” he said.

He will likely raise $10,000 and starting at Sunday evening, he’s passed $8,000. For more data, visit rallyfortennis.com.

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