On April 18, 2019, Legacy Youth Tennis and Education, a Philadelphia-based non-profit that prepares youth for success using tennis, education, and character programming hosted the 36th Annual Benefit Legacy Gala. The dinner honored Clay W. Hamlin III, Co-Founder of CITRS. The night also recognized David (D.A.) Abrams, Chief D & I Officer of USTA and an alumni of the Legacy YTE. Spotted in the crowd were former Eagles player, Conor Barwin, Undisputed World Middleweight Boxing Champion, Bernard Hopkins, and Emmy Award-Winning Producer & Host of Tapping IN: The Happiest People and Places, Linda Swain.