A community service program that collects and recycles tennis rackets for under served youth world wide.

Denver, CO Chapter

Hi, my name is Jordan Cleary. I have been playing tennis since I was very young. I've been on varsity tennis since I was a freshman, playing 3 doubles both freshman and sophomore year. I got 4th in state as a freshman and 2nd in state at a sophomore. Tennis gave me a way to stay active and bond with people going into a new high school.  I love the sport and 
my goal is to use this opportunity to give others the chance to play the amazing game of tennis.  I hope to get rackets in the hands of as many interested players as possible!

Please contact me at jordan.cleary@mullenmail.com


Introducing Jessie Cleary and Emma Bourgain who have taken over the Denver Chapter of Kids Serving Kids from their brothers. 

Hi my name is Jessie Cleary. I am a a junior at Mullen high school. I have played tennis since freshman year and been on the varsity team since freshman year. I was one singles as a freshman and then three singles as a sophomore. I played in the state tournament my sophomore year. I grew up playing tennis with my family and I have always loved it. 


My name is Jon Cleary and I have been playing tennis for as long as I can remember.  I have been a player on the Mullen High School Varsity Team since my Freshman year, when I was the only Freshman who played all twelve matches, won regionals, and went to state with the team.  Since then, I have won regionals and gone to state every year until this year, when I broke my hand the weekend before regionals.  Being unable to play gave me an appreciation for what I have been blessed with for my entire life, and I wanted to found a Colorado Chapter of Kids Serving Kids in hopes that I can bring tennis to kids who would never have experiences it otherwise.


My name is Jared Bourgain and I am currently a Junior at Mullen High School.  I have played varsity tennis since my Freshman year and have taken 3rd place at the Colorado 4a State Tournament in three and four doubles.  Tennis has been a part of my life as long as I can remember and even as other sports and activities come and go tennis remains constant.  I have always felt so fortunate that my parents are able to pay for my rackets and equipment so once I heard about this opportunity I knew it would be a great fit.  My goal is to provide less fortunate children with the opportunity to experience the joy and satisfaction that tennis has brought me, as well as to give others who love tennis a chance to give back.



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