ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- The Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital Foundation holds a number of events each year to support women's health, including the In the Pink Tennis Tournament, which is coming up this weekend.

There is also Martha's Market and a collaboration with the Dairy Market.

"We pride ourselves on being the community hospital and finding ways for the community to get involved with the hospital, and this is a really special time of year. Fall is our busiest fundraising season," said Kimberly Skelly, president of the Martha Jefferson Hospital Foundation.

First up is the 20th annual In the Pink Tennis Tournament. Around 250 women, men, and juniors will play tennis and pickleball at seven locations around the Charlottesville area. It kicks off Friday at 6:30 p.m. until 9 p.m. and will pick up again Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

"A hundred percent of the proceeds will support breast cancer treatment and prevention programs for women in our community, we provide around 200 free mammograms every year, and the women's committee has been our largest area of support for those programs," Skelly said.

After that, the Dairy Market is going pink for October in support of Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital.

"There will be opportunities for patrons to purchase pink items from different shops and restaurants at the Dairy Market, and a percentage of those proceeds will be contributed back to the hospital foundation," Skelly said. "We will be offering cooking classes, and a walking club, as well as free yoga at the Dairy Market during the month of October, so again we just want people to really think about their health and learn how to live their healthiest life as well as have opportunities to support the foundation and Martha Jefferson Hospital."

Then on Oct. 15, people can shop, play and love local products at the Martha's Market at the IX Art Park.

"We'll have almost 50 vendors setting up shop in collaboration with the farmer's market at IX, and then downtown merchants will also be participating, so we encourage the community to come out and shop with a purpose on Oct. 15," Skelly said.

There are a number of opportunities this fall to support women's health care needs in the Charlottesville area.

"We are counting on this beautiful fall weather to provide us a nice canopy for all these activities," Skelly said.

Registration has closed for the In the Pink Tennis Tournament, but to learn more about the event click here. To learn more about Martha's Market, click here. To learn more about the Martha Jefferson Hospital Foundation, click here.