What is The Skatepark Project?
Across all fifty states, at-risk youth lack access to skateparks—safe and inclusive public spaces for those wanting to pursue the creative physical sport of skateboarding.
Two decades ago, The Skatepark Project, formerly known as the Tony Hawk Foundation, was created to help solve this problem.
Since its creation, The Skatepark Project awarded more than $10 million to over 600 skateparks, which host six-million visits annually from a diverse group of skaters. Through funds provided by The Skatepark Project, these young community members and city leaders work together to build legal skating spaces, in turn encouraging these developing creative minds to stay involved with their municipalities through civic engagement.
To learn more about The Skatepark Project visit www.skatepark.org