Partnerships

We’re in it together!

EPATT benefits tremendously from our partnerships with other amazing organizations and individuals.

  • Stanford University’s Taube Family Tennis Stadium is our home.  And over 90% of our tutor and tennis volunteers are Stanford students. We are honored by Stanford’s belief in our program and continuing support.
  • Stanford University Athletics has always been in our corner, giving us access to some of the best sports facilities in California.  Go Card!
  • The Stanford Men's & Women's Tennis teams and coaches have been very supportive of our efforts.  Team members have volunteered as academic tutors and are role models for our student athletes.
  • Bank of the West is the generous presenting sponsor of EPATT's Annual Dinner.
  • The United States Tennis Association's National Junior Tennis and Learning (NJTL) program provides our students with a first rate life skills curriculum.
  • The Riekes Center for Human Enhancement provides our students with fitness habits that will last a lifetime.
  • Lucile Packard Children's Hospital's Center for Healthy Weight provides our students and families with the knowledge and programs for a healthy lifestyle.
  • JustREAD provides EPATT with a reading and writing curriculum for students who need additional help with their skills.
  • Peter Crandall of Peter Crandall Photography is our go-to photographer and produces many of the stunning images you see on this site and in our marketing materials. 
  • Gail Blumberg of Blumberg Communication Design has created many of the beautiful mailings we send as well as other promotional materials for EPATT.
  • Paul Gordon has on many occasions donated his graphic design talents to help us create compelling and attractive marketing materials.
  • Juan Pablo Mejia built and maintains our web site.  
  • The Taproot Foundation has sponsored two pro-bono service grants, enabling us extend our staff with strategy experts and scale to new heights.
  • 10 Books at Home is a great partner, whose mission is to "is to close the K-12 achievement gap by ensuring underserved preschoolers are positioned in their homes for school success. From age 3 until beginning kindergarten at age 5, our early education home tutoring program teaches children and parents skills necessary to succeed academically in kindergarten and beyond. "

     

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