Since 2005 our organization is dedicated to providing assistance and support for all the Tennis Ball Boys and Working Players in Casa de Campo’s La Terraza Tennis Center and La Romana Country Club. Our tennis tournament among the working players helps us raise the funds needed to fund our year round program for the boys with the following benefits:
1) Weekly English Lessons for 50 Ball Boys and Working Players.
2) Health Insurance for all 28 Players.
3) Scholarships for all 32 Ball Boys that includes tuition, books, school supplies, and uniforms.
4) College Tuition for outstanding graduates from our Scholarship Program. We currently have graduated 2 students, and planned to add 1 student per year.
I have always felt that the best way to escape poverty and secure a good job is to obtain an excellent education. This is why the Foundation’s main purpose is to teach the children English and provide them with scholarships for both high school and college. Our staff of 10 is comprised of all volunteers and 90% of all donations are used exclusively for the children’s benefit.
Since 2001 Casa de Campo resident and editor of Costasur Casa de Campo News.
Casa de Campo resident since 2011 and senior vice president at Casa de Campo Real Estate.
For many years assistant director at La Terraza Tennis Center, now assistant to Mr. McDaniel and English instructor for the ballboys.
Former Eyewitness News anchor at WPRI in Providence, Rhode Island where she won numerous awards and recognitions, including an Emmy Award for Individual Achievement in Anchoring. She was also inducted into the National Academy of Television of Arts and Sciences.
Janet Stingel and her husband, Jay, have been coming to CdC for 5 years and have enjoyed every moment! They are from Asheville NC, but were in Michigan, and raised their family in North Palm Beach FL.
Born and raised in Miami, Florida. Moved to Casa de Campo 2 years ago in 2017. Owner of Caribbean Coffee at La Romana airport. I love to play tennis and the highlight of my day is to see my ballboys at La Romana Country Club.
Executive editor of Casa de Campo Living, an independent, community run news site focused on helping the community enjoy their time in the resort.
After working many years as the captain of yachts, this Aussie with a passion for sports, settled in Casa de Campo sixteen years ago.
Since 2002 Tennis director and head pro at La Romana Country Club.
Since 2017, director at La Terrazas Tennis Club
Past tennis director at La Terrazas Tennis Center. In 1978 representing the country he made history by winning the first ever tennis medal at the Central American and Caribbean Games. In 2005 was inducted to the Dominican Sport Hall of Fame.