Annual Benefit Honoring Alan Lindy

Celebrating 70 Years of LEGACY.

If you’ve been following us throughout the year, you know that we’ve been proudly celebrating our 70th year of LEGACY in 2022. We’ve had numerous occasions to celebrate, but the culminating event of the year will be our Annual Benefit at LEGACY Center on September 17th. The night will honor longtime LEGACY supporter and Board Member, Alan Lindy, and feature special guest MaliVai “Mal” Washington.

This is sure to be LEGACY’s biggest and most successful fundraiser yet. Help us take our impact further and better the lives of Philadelphia youth by joining us. You won’t want to miss this extra special evening!

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About Honoree Alan Lindy: For many years, Alan Lindyhas provided support and leadership to LEGACY, as well as to other business, civic and philanthropic endeavors. As a pillar of the LEGACY community, Alan serves as a long-time board member and our Treasurer Emeritus. Alan is also known for sponsoring summer campsites and hosting bus trips of LEGACYkids traveling to the US Open’s Arthur Ashe Kids Day in memory of his tennis partner, Bobby Wexler. LEGACY’s mission—especially supporting local youth challenged by an unlevel playing field—is very close to his heart.

About Special Guest MaliVai Washington: Mal Washington competed in the Wimbledon final in 1996, the first African-American male professional tennis player to reach a Grand Slam singles final since Arthur Ashe. That same year, he was named to the U.S. Olympic tennis team, becoming the first African-American to receive the honor. He is a winner of four ATP titles and achieved a career-high singles ranking of world No. 11. He is the founder of the theMaliVai Washington Youth Foundation, whose mission is to develop champions in classrooms, on tennis courts, and throughout communities. The organization has been delivering high-quality tennis and education programming since 1996. Mal is the owner of Diamond Life Real Estate.