Jisr el Zarka

Overlooking the sea, north of Caesarea, Jisr el Zarka from September 2016 has six tennis courts.  The first was built in 2002 thanks to a generous donation from the Robert Gavron Charitable Trust.  Three new courts are at Beit Sefer Gimmel at the northernmost point of the town, two courts are at Beit Sefer Bet, the southernmost point, and there is a single court at the tecnichal middle school.


Built on the grounds of the Al Ghadeer Junior School in 2009, the two-court facility also has three marked-out mini-tennis courts.  The project was carried out with matching funds from the Municipality of Sakhnin and is managed by the Freddie Krivine Foundation.

Beit Hananya

The two courts at the Moshav of Beit Hananya were refurbished and equipped by the Foundation in November 2009, with a grant of $32,500 from the Israel Lottery. This coexistence project, with children from Jisr az-Zarka is a partnership with the Moshav of Beit Hananya and managed by the Freddie Krivine Foundation.

Daliat el-Carmel

The two-court tennis school in Daliat el-Carmel opened in November 2011, in cooperation with the Municipality with funds from a London based trust fund.  

Or Akiva

The two-court tennis school in Or Akiva opened in September 2012.  This is a low income Jewish town population: 22,000, and the twice a week tennis coaching programme is sub-contracted out to an experienced coaching team


The Bedouin town of Rahat hosts a new tennis programme, with all three pro-coaches from the town.

 Iqsal, Yeffiyah and Tamra 

Tennis courts in these villages have inspired after-school training for chidren of all ages. 

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