Donate

There are lots of ways to support Project Green Ball.  PGB is exempt from Federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  As such, any donations to PGB (of money or balls) will be a tax exempt contribution under the Internal Revenue Code.

Give Money

Help support our efforts by donating money to Project Green Ball, Inc.  We will use your financial support to operate PGB, to fund exhibitions to educate the public about tennis ball recycling, to pay for collection bins, to fund research into different applications for recycling tennis balls, and to partially reimburse ball shipments by needy individuals and organizations.

Click the donate link below to make a donation and follow the instructions.

Donate securely with Paypal to Project Green Ball

Alternatively, if you prefer to donate by check, you can make your check payable to “Project Green Ball, Inc.” and mail it to:

Project Green Ball, Inc.
888 Worcester Road
Suite 260
Wellesley, MA 02481
 

Give Balls

Our mission is to recycle tennis balls into second surfaces.  But we cannot do so without your contribution of tennis balls to PGB.  If you have balls you want to send to Project Green Ball, please reach out to info@projectgreenball.org and we can provide you with shipping instructions.  Further, if your club or facility would like to host a collection bin or organize a collection drive, reach out to info@projectgreenball.org and we can help you with that.

In the future, once we receive donations of operating funds, we hope to be able to reimburse needy organizations and individuals for the cost of shipment and collection bins.

Give Time

One of our goals is to educate the public about tennis ball recycling at junior and professional tennis tournaments and tennis events.  If you would like to volunteer to participate as an exhibitor at a tournament or event, let us know at info@projectgreenball.org.

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6 Responses to Donate

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  3. joseph turner says:

    i am sending you about 250 tennis balls

  4. Hugo Moro says:

    Hello,
    I’m a visual artist living in Seattle WA, I will be proposing a temporary art installation for the 2017 Seattle Center Sculpture Walk, that will utilize recycled tennis balls.
    I will integrate the balls between the metal slats of public benches thereby making the benches that much more confortable.
    I would like to use this oportunity to promote your cause.
    Please contact me at your earliest convenience at: 305 632-2425
    Thank you.

  5. Donald Landau says:

    I have hundreds of tennis balls that I would like to send to your company for recycling. Please email me with instructions.
    Thanks

  6. Joe Perez says:

    I am the Director of Tennis at a club in NYC. We throw away thousands of tennis balls every year. I’d be willing to donate but can’t pay for shipping.

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