Support The Latinitas Purple Party Pickleball Tournament And Use Paddles for a Purpose!

Latinitas is having their annual fundraiser, The Purple Party Pickleball Tournament presented by Atlassian on Saturday, June 1 from 3:30-8 p.m. at Eastside Paddle Club in Austin, TX. This event includes a competitive corporate tournament for sponsored teams, pickleball-inspired games for all attendees, open courts, and a Zumba class.

Guests can enjoy delicious pizza by Bambino’s and drinks by Bawi Agua Fresca & Hi Seltzer. Access to the venue bar is also available. Support a good cause by participating in our silent auction. Donation opportunities are available. Everyone is welcome to wear their pickleball or workout attire, and wearing purple is highly encouraged!

Join us in continuing to empower girls by helping them find their voices and prepare them for a lifetime of self-advocacy and cultural pride! Your contributions will help fund our flagship programs that serve underfunded schools and communities, and digital literacy programs for their parents and family. For more information about this event or to support our cause, visit our event page.

The Latinitas mission is to empower all girls to innovate through media and technology. We are a non-profit 501c(3) organization dedicated to creating opportunities that enable girls to discover their voices, develop media and technology skills, and lay a solid foundation for their future.


  • Sonia Sanchez

    Sonia Sanchez is a vibrant journalist with Mexican roots that has a penchant for spreading good news. Her journey into journalism began at The Dateline, the student-run newspaper for The University of Houston-Downtown. She has a Master of Science in Technical Communication and Bachelor of Science in Professional Writing. She is also a Latina in Tech that runs a technical writing business called Simply Write for clients such as HP, Inc. She enjoys taking Hip-Hop and Street Jazz dance classes around Houston for fun. Recognized for her contributions to journalism, Sonia received a scholarship from the Houston Association of Hispanic Media Professionals. With a passion for cultural topics and a dedication to uplifting the Latino community, Sonia continues to make her mark as a journalist with heart and credibility. She is also passionate about the advancement of women, especially Latinas.

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