(July 3, 2014) -- Aditya Mantri, who plays tennis for Columbus North High School in Columbus, Indiana, wants to help make a lasting impact in the lives of those with autism. Mantri founded a Columbus location of the popular tennis non-profit organization "ACEing Autism."
ACEing autism was founded in 2008 by Richard Surling & Dr. Shafali Jeste in Boston, Massachusetts. Since then, more than 30 ACEing Autism locations have formed around the country.
Starting on July 12, Mantri will help with four weekly clinics for children with autism to play tennis at the Columbus North High School tennis courts.
You can learn more about ACEing Autism and if there is a location near you here.