Giving Back to Buddy Up

Buddy Up TennisTennis, fitness and fun are key pillars that make Buddy Up Tennis an impactful non-profit in the Columbus community. Inspired by her own Down syndrome child with a passion for tennis, a local mom started Buddy Up to fill a community-wide need for organized programs to assist individuals like her son.

 

Coaches and volunteers are instrumental to the success of the Buddy Up program. Each week, athletes attend clinics that include 30 minutes of fitness conditioning and 60 minutes of professional tennis instruction. Buddies are partnered with athletes to provide support, develop friendships and reinforce coaching instructions. Curriculum implemented during each program is specifically created for Down syndrome athletes.

 

ReVision LASIK & Cataract Surgery proudly supports the athletes who look to Buddy Up Tennis to help them flourish, succeed and reach their fullest potential. Our ReVision Gives Back donation will provide funds for the purchase of equipment used by athletes during clinics and camps.

 

Get to know more about Buddy Up Tennis and learn how you can show your support at: https://buddyuptennis.com/

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