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Collecting used table tennis paddles for kids

Hello, what to do with your used table tennis rubbers and paddles. Don’t throw them away. Do something better!

The idea from PSF (France)

I have shared with you the program of PSF (Rubbers for All). That we are collecting used paddles and rubbers to share to the kids around the world.


Today, I get a very good news that some table tennis clubs also wants to participate.

USA and Brazil are pro-active

Here is the email from Patrick:

Email from Patrick
Email from Patrick

After reading your articles several weeks ago about Ping Sans Frontiers is collecting used table tennis paddles and rubbers, I started to put a collection box at the entrance of my club , the Triple 888 Table Tennis Center, Burlingame, California, USA. In one month, I have collected more than 15 paddles, and 20 rubbers. I have shipped out the better quality paddles and rubbers to (per your instructions) Sarah Hanffou, President of Ping Sans Forntiers , France.

One of the coaches in my club, Chico, he likes the idea so much, he is setting up a new box for children of his native country, Brazil.


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