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The Christina Sullivan Foundation strongly feels that creating an inclusive environment where people with different abilities are provided opportunities in the workplace by welcoming and adapting to their ability. The Foundation has taken steps to raise awareness and help develop the skills necessary to learn and grow as the employer for those with differing abilities...
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The Christina Sullivan Foundation a “Network of Guardians for Hope and Inclusion “is dedicated to helping medically dependent children and adults with intellectual and physical challenges and their families. Our intake specialists will guide in locating the necessary resources involving medical, educational, legal, and social networks to assist in caring for their loved one’s health,...
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Volunteers make an impact every day. They are essential in providing a rich and enjoyable experience for all our athletes. If you are looking for an extremely rewarding long-term service opportunity, both volunteering and office assistance we hope you will join our team!
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The Christina Sullivan Foundation is the Sponsor for Unified Champion Schools for Galveston Independent School District and Special Olympics Texas to promote inclusion and acceptance through Unified Sports, Inclusive Youth Leadership, and Whole School Engagement. The program is part of the school social settings where students with disabilities feel welcome and included in all aspects...
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The Galveston Community Tennis Association, established in 2015, has partnered with USTA Community Tennis Association in March 2020 registered as a CTA with a focus on community. Founded by Josephine Sullivan, the group’s goal is to provide a safe place where all people can play tennis, regardless of skill, ability, gender, race, religion, ethnicity, or...
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Adaptive and Unified Sports for all ages and abilities: Basketball, Equestrian, Soccer, Tennis, Badminton, Aquatics, Bocce, Flag Football, Golf, Sailing, Softball, Wheelchair Tennis, Bowling, Powerlifting, Table Tennis, Volleyball, Sitting Volleyball, Wheelchair Fencing, Goalball
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The mission of education is an integral part of the experience. Internships provide an outstanding opportunity for students to learn and grow.
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Physically playing a sport adapted to one’s abilities helps to improve balance, mobility, agility, strength, and fitness. Mentally working on the individual’s focus, concentration, and reactive and problem-solving behaviors. Emotionally it can promote self-confidence, instill feelings of success, relieve stress, and provide social outlets, such as meeting new friends, enhancing relationships, or providing fun family...
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The Galveston Tennis League, established in 2015, has partnered with USTA Community Tennis Association in 2020 registered as a CTA with a focus on community. Founded by Josephine Sullivan, the group’s goal is to provide a safe place where all people can play tennis, regardless of skill, ability, gender, race, religion, ethnicity, or sexual orientation....
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The Christina Grillo Sullivan Foundation launched a new blind and visually impaired adaptive tennis program called “Sounds of Tennis,” which is a program designed to help blind and visually impaired athletes.
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Christina Sullivan Foundation

The Christina Sullivan Foundation: “A Network of Guardians for Hope & Inclusion” is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity created by her family to assist athletes of all ages, abilities and challenges. Sports•Education•Research•Life

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