Rede Tênis Brasil Fund

Impacting lives on and off court

Rede Tênis Brasil Fund aims to transform the lives of thousands of children in Brazil through tennis, not only by introducing them to the sport, but also by providing them world-class athletic training. The program expands access to tennis by introducing it in public schools. Additionally, it assists youth with personal growth through education and social inclusion. Rede Tênis Brasil has already introduced tennis to more than 40,000 children, and in 2021 aims to impact 20,000 children ages 6 to 12 across Brazil.

Rede Tênis Brasil goal is to transform tennis in Brazil. It does so by expanding its reach and impact, starting off in public schools accross Brazil, introducting tennis to thousand of children every year. “RTB” also supports and prepares athletes to compete at the world stage. The project continues to build a network of partner Academies and tennis clubs across Brazil to implement its work, also by assisting them towards long term impact and sustainability.

About Rede Tênis Brasil
Rede Tênis Brasil was born from Instituto Tênis, an initiative that has been making use of sport as a tool for social transformation since 2002. Rede Tênis Brasil’s objective is to strengthen and unite tennis in Brazil by developing and creating opportunities for thousands of children and youth.

Site: redetenisbrasil.com.br
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Tax Benefits
USA: Contributions to BrazilFoundation – EIN 13 4131482, a non-profit under Section 501(c)(3) of the US Internal Revenue Tax Code – are deductible to the full extent permitted by law. Individuals can deduct up to 50% of their adjusted gross income; companies may deduct up to 10% of taxable income, prior to discounting the philanthropic investment. BrazilFoundation provides a tax-receipt acknowledgement of the contribution it receives.

Brazil: BrazilFoundation is a non-profit organization, designated as a Public Interest Civil Society Organization (OSCIP, as per its initials in Portuguese) under Law 9.790/99, Ministry of Justice file no. 08071.000389/2004/01, Corporate Taxpayer Registration No. 04.839.572/0001-10. A donation receipt can be issued for donations made in reals. The donor must request their receipt directly from BrazilFoundation. Since we are an OSCIP, tax incentives are only awarded to businesses taxed on their profits. These businesses can deduct the cost of donations up to 2% of their operating profit. An individual donor may report the amount donated when filing income tax, but will not receive a tax incentive.

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