For over 25 years, the Phoenix Police Department’s Wake Up! club has played an instrumental role in building community relationships.
Wake Up! assigns School Resource Officers (SRO) to participating schools, which act as a liaison between students and other organizations like PASS.
Officers organize after school activities, field trips and community service projects.
Arizona State University Tennis
The Sun Devil teams are consistently ranked within the top 20 of collegiate programs in the nation.
The Sun Devil Ball Kid program is the only one of its kind. This opportunity is open to all 4th-8th grade students who complete the requisite training. Ball kids receive perks like autographs, clinics, zoom calls and pizza after matches.
PASS is proudly affiliated with ASU because of their commitment to community enrichment.
All About Tennis
This well renowned tennis shop is located in Scottsdale. They have consistently supplied and donated to the needs of local professionals, tennis teams, organizations, tournaments and the community.
The shop has a donation bin specifically designated for PASS. They accept gently used tennis equipment, clothing and shoes.
Creighton School District
Located near downtown Phoenix, the CSD has welcomed PASS since our beginning in 2002. We consider it "home" because they have have evolved with us through many seasons.
Papago and William T. Machan School have been critical to PASS’s success in developing the ball kid program and by giving PASS the flexibility to experiment with innovative programming,
Laveen School District
The Laveen school district is located near southwest Phoenix and operates a total of eight schools.
We are in the preliminary stages of establishing a partnership with the LSD and are confident a prosperous relationship can be forged. Cheatham is our first targeted school.
PASS is proud to be designated as a Community Tennis Association in the Southwest Section.
We are also members of Net Generation and the National Junior Tennis and Learning (NJTL).