Twenty-four lucky NYC shredders killed it at Woodward this year, as they always do.
Check the official recap by Akira Ruiz and Paul Park of these kids killing it at camp. Made possible by generous support from Larry Clark, the American Chai Foundation, and donors to the 2013 HHF Skate Camp Scholarship Fund.
The mission of the Harold Hunter Foundation (HHF) is to use skateboarding as a vehicle to provide inner-city youth with valuable life experiences that nurture individual creativity, resourcefulness and the development of life skills.
Like many inner-city youth, Harold struggled to find a positive outlet to express his emotions, creativity and boundless energy, and to cope with challenging situations at home and school. For Harold, skateboarding was that positive outlet, providing him with countless opportunities for personal and professional growth. We believe skateboarding can do the same for the youth the Foundation serves.
As a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, the HHF welcomes tax-deductible donations to support its various programs and initiatives.
Since 2007, the HHF has encouraged and supported local NYC kids’ interest in skateboarding through camp scholarships, winter skate trips, the annual Harold Hunter Day skate jam, and school/career programs.
Check out the HHF 2011 Year in Review video below, and please help further the Foundation’s inspirational work by making a tax-deductible donation today.
From all of us at the Harold Hunter Foundation, we sincerely thank you for your support!
Video produced by Paul Park and Akira Ruiz.
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If you missed Harold Hunter Day V on November 12th at the LES Skatepark in NYC, then sit back, relax and enjoy this recap video that was directed and shot by Paul Park and Akira Ruiz, and edited by Van Alpert.
Special thank you to Akira Ruiz and Paul Park for documenting the experiences of the HHF campers at Woodward this summer.
This summer the Harold Hunter Foundation awarded HHF Woodward Scholarships to 16 NYC skaters. Here’s a look at their week-long Camp Woodward session, which was shot and produced by Akira Ruiz and One Pack Productions.
Thanks to all the sponsors for hooking up campers with new gear and hosting fundraisers throughout the year to help make this program happen. Click here for the full story.