We hope you see that respect is an important ingredient to our company.
We appreciate and respect those in our community and neighboring communities who step outside themselves and take action to help others.
Where would the world be without these giving organizations?  

Wristpect Sport all hands in wearing wristbands in support of Philanthropy in tennis and life 

 'Pitch in, share your ❤, respect another…it's powerful!'
If you know of or are involved with an event, organization and/or initiative that you would like Wristpect Sport! to consider, please email us at bounceback@wristpectsport.com


Our Current Spotlight Charities

 Children Helping Children Medical Center of Plano logo shared by Wristpect Sport



The Children Helping Children Junior Singles Tennis Tournament benefiting Children’s Medical Center

The Sumrow’s unwavering connection to Children’s Medical Center began when their son, Clint, became a patient at the hospital after being diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma at the age of five. Clint successfully underwent a year of chemotherapy and radiation treatments which inspired the Sumrow family to begin the Children Helping Children Tennis Tournament to help give back to the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s Medical Center. As the tennis director at High Point Tennis Center in Plano, Ken along with his wife Pam, decided to host a junior tournament, asking players to seek pledges and then contribute all of the proceeds to support research and treatment programs for pediatric cancer.

This USTA-sanctioned tournament attracts more than 500 junior players between the ages of 8-18 and has raised more than $2.7 million in the twenty-two years since the tournament’s inception. While the tournament is a way for competitors to enjoy playing the game of tennis, it is also serves up the chance to learn about philanthropy and to see firsthand how much of a significant difference they can make for kids in need.

For information about this annual tournament event, please visit www.childrens.com/tennis.