The PSA Foundation is staging a collection point at the 2017 U.S. Open presented by Macquarie Investment Management where fans of the game can bring along any unwanted or unused squash equipment to the ReBound Drive.
The ReBound Drive program donates the equipment to the cause to help play a part in making a difference to the lives of others, with programs in Zimbabwe, Colombia, India and South Africa among those who have already benefited from ReBound’s activities.
Squash fans can donate any type of new, used or old equipment including squash rackets, shoes, grips and balls. Please do not donate any broken or unusable equipment.
The donation box is located in the ticketing lobby at the entrance to the glass court arena.
ReBound is committed to helping enrich the lives of disadvantaged individuals in some of the most deprived areas around the world through the sport of squash. The initiative helps already established squash outreach programs in countries such as Zimbabwe, South Africa, India and Colombia by recycling squash equipment—from used squash balls to unwanted rackets and clothing—collected at major PSA tournaments across the Globe.
For more information visit www.psafoundation.com.