#Grind For Life Series Presented by Marinela at Cocoa Beach, Florida went down last weekend. It’s a series of street and bowl contests that benefits the Grind for Life Organization that assists cancer patients with travel expenses for treatment.
Fallen is proud to partner with the Hope For The Warriors foundation to support those who protect us. For each shoe sold Fallen will donate $3 back to the foundation to support retired veterans, military injured in combat, and family of military lost in the war.
Grind For Life presented by Marinela at Fort Lauderdale, Florida went down last weekend with full social distancing and CDC guidelines. Checkout this recap on the action that went down!
Learn how to get a skatepark in your town! This Skatepark 101 Webinar goes over the basic process to get a new public skatepark in your town. #skatepark project. Learn more at www.skatepark.org
A recap of the first annual Summer Giveback. Many thanks to everyone that donated, volunteered and helped raise awareness to help keep skateboards under the feet of the Bay Area youth. Filmed and edited by Justin Albert, produced by Field Perspective.
Grind For Life Presented by Marinela went down last weekend with full social distancing and CDC guidelines.
Creature is proud to officially announce thier partnership with skate-aid by introducing this LTD Edition deck designed by the great and powerful, Florian Bertmer. For every LTD Edition deck sold, Creature will give a deck to skate-aid in support of their mission to empower kids worldwide through Skateboarding. Get yours HERE and help them make a positive impact on the greater skate community!
Mad Engine recently committed to giving away ONE MILLION fabric masks to essential workers and non-profit organizations. LRG teamed up with them to do a Drive Up Masks Giveaway in their local community. Families that needed masks were able to drive up and pick up a dozen masks and hand sanitizers. Underground Inventive Overground Effective.
The Tony Hawk Foundation has announced a change in name, but not in focus. Now known as The Skatepark Project, the organization continues its award-winning work to support community skatepark projects across the U.S., and skatepark-based programming internationally.
Its mission is to help underserved communities create safe and inclusive public skateparks for youth. The Skatepark Project envisions thriving, healthy and sustainable communities throughout the United States in which young people have equitable access to safe outdoor spaces for creative expression, physical activity and a sense of belonging.
Head to www.skatepark.org to learn more about how to support public skateparks through The Skatepark Project or get help with your local public skatepark advocacy project.
No Hate We Skate! A Celebration of the LGBTQ+ Community! We share an identity, culture and experience as skaters. We are a community based on self expression and are proud to promote equality for all races, genders, an sexual identities.
A special social distancing edition of the Grind For Life Series Presented by Marinela went down last weekend at The Boardr HQ in Tampa.
Ronnie Kessner and Ish Cepeda with a little spring cleaning to collect some used gear donations for Keep It Rolling.
If you have used gear collecting dust at your house, gather it up, then drop it in your local shop’s Keep It Rolling collection box when it’s safe.
Your shop decides what organization or person it gets passed on.