When he was at the top of the skateboarding world, Tony Hawk received thousands of letters from parents and children detailing the unsafe skateboarding conditions they faced. In 2002, he launched the Tony Hawk Foundation, with an emphasis on supporting youth in low-income communities through skateboarding programs and the creation of skateparks. Since then, over 600 public skateparks have been constructed throughout the U.S. and as far as South Africa, Afghanistan, and Cambodia.
Give the joy of skateboarding to kids in need! Through our partnership with the Tony Hawk Foundation, proceeds from our charity T-shirts and apparel can help build and sustain healthy communities in low-income neighborhoods.