More than $10-million has been awarded by the Tony Hawk Foundation to help create public skateparks.
620 skatepark projects in all 50 states have received funding from the Tony Hawk Foundation.
More than six million visitors annually enjoy skateparks that the Tony Hawk Foundation helped fund.
Thousands of skatepark projects worldwide have received guidance and advocacy training from the Tony Hawk Foundation.
A MESSAGE TO OUR COMMUNITY:
The health and well-being of skateboarders—both in the communities we serve and in all communities—is always our top priority, but especially during these difficult times. To limit the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we encourage everyone to follow shelter-in-place/stay-at-home orders and social distancing guidelines, whether skateboarding on the street or in skateparks that may remain open.
As an organization, we have temporarily closed our office and have asked all employees to work from home, stagger work schedules, and are follow social distancing guidelines. In addition, we have canceled all THF scheduled events over the coming months.
We help underserved communities create safe and inclusive public skateparks for youth.Learn More
APPLY FOR A GRANT
The Tony Hawk Foundation offers grants to help finance public skateparks in low-income communities. See if your project qualifies.More Info
WHY SKATEPARKS MATTER
With 6.3-million skateboarders in the U.S., and only about 3,500 skateparks available for them to ride, the need for more safe skateparks has never been greater.Get Involved