The MISSION of the Table Tennis Charity Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 Non-Profit Organization, is to Raise Awareness and Funding for Brain Fitness and Mental Health — through Playing Ping Pong!
Simultaneous to Producing Charitable Fundraising Table Tennis Events, our VISION is to Integrate Sports & Education Table Tennis Programs with Senior Living Communities, Rehabilitation/Medical Facilities, AND our School Systems!
Cross-Train Your Brain. Play Ping-Pong. We Utilize the Brain-Stimulating Sport of Table Tennis to Raise Money for Charity Partners Who Directly Benefit Those Facing Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Depression and Mild to Moderate Intellectual Challenges.
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Financially supporting The Table Tennis Foundation, which is a 501(C)3 Non-Profit organization directly helps 4 Charity Partners to include People in Need, the Alzheimer’s Association, Vanguard Landing and Parkinson’s Association.
If you prefer to make a contribution by writing a check, please make your tax deductible donation payable to The Table Tennis Charity Foundation, Inc. and mail to 2621 Atwoodtown Road, Va. Beach VA. 23456.
Endorsed by, and in partnership with the USA Table Tennis Association, we are integrating Table Tennis Sports and Education Programs in local Schools and Senior Communities! And together, we’re excited to invite Non-Profit Organizations looking for a unique fundraiser by bringing the Annual PingPongforCHARITY™ Celebrity SLAMFest Events & Recreation Tournaments to their city!
And we’re promoting Brain Fitness for all ages, Youth to Seniors and those facing Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Depression, Homelessness and Mild to Moderate intellectual challenges…
A Japanese study*, published by Alzheimer’s Weekly, concluded that brain disease patients who played Ping Pong regularly experienced a boost in brain function and awareness, AND decreased dementia and depression.
Further, a sample of 3,000 elderly table tennis players were tested measuring reasoning skills, communication and memory were shown to have increased frontal lobe function after just two minutes of play!
An additional sample of 113 patients with brain diseases and dementia who were put on a ping pong-based rehabilitation program showed physical, mental and emotional improvement after a 10-month period.
– The number of patients dependent on a wheelchair dropped from 42 to 15.
– Those able to walk without any assistance rose from 41 to 66.
– The number of patients suffering from acute depression was halved.
– More than 70 patients had their dementia rating downgraded after the study period.
• 25 of them testing “normal” when their ping pong regimen was completed.
Support The Table Tennis Foundation. You donations directly support our MISSION to help The Alzheimer’s Association, People in Need, I Need a LightHouse and Vanguard Landing.
You also support our VISION to bring the sport of Table Tennis to the local community through the school system, our assisted living communities and the therapeutic focused medical facilities.
Imagine our high schools having a Ping Pong team competing with one another! Imagine a table tennis table in each Assisted Living community for the elderly to play on! Or imagine the therapeutic benefits for patients needing both physical and brain stimulating exercise in our medical facilities!
Your donation helps both our Mission and our Vision! Won’t you participate in supporting us?
Thank you very much!
The Table Tennis Charity Foundation
Cross-Train Your Brain: Play Ping-Pong.