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.
This summer, HHF and Airwalk teamed up to teach kids from Brownsville how to skate. Our mission being to keep these kids away from negative influences.
Check out this VICE article by Taji Ameen for more details and interviews on the skate-teachers throughout the program. Couldn’t have done it without them!
This summer, twenty-one lucky NYC skateboarders went out to Camp Woodward to spend a week skating in one of Harold’s favorite places in the world. This year, for the very first time, HHF sent a camper to Woodward for the Digital Media program. HHF intern Amber Cruceta got to film the rest of the twenty HHF campers which lead to an edit that got Amber Target Camper of the Week! Representing Harold and the foundation to the fullest! Check it out:
In February 2013 the HHF went on it’s first international skate/service tour with Luis Tolentino to the Domician Republic. The trip was made possible by the support of two amazing sponsors; Redbull and Airwalk, and product donations from SHUT, Zoo York, Homage, TORRO NYC, Spitfire, Tork, Thunder, Triple 8, and Rockstar Bearings. Check out some pictures from our first few days in Santo Domingo courtesy of our friends Spiral Skate.
Meet the Crew
Assembling product for skate clinics at the Red Bull DR headquarters
First Spot: Jardines del Norte Park
For more about the HHF crew’s first days in DR check out Justin and Wade’s blog for Airwalk Already Famous
On Saturday, October 13, 2012, the 6th Annual Harold Hunter Day went down at the LES Skatepark in Manhattan.
HH Day VI was made possible through generous support from Airwalk, Zoo York, Supreme, Monster Energy, CCS, SHUT, City Lore, Rock Star Bearings, NYskateboarding.com, Trophy Grip, Reel Works, The Professionals: NYC Sound Company, and the collective New York City skateboard community.
Video shot and edited by: Steve Marino
Last May, HHF In The Classroom visited PS 168x in the Bronx. Special guests included Chad Muska, Steve Rodriguez, Rodney Smith, Luis Tolentino and skater-turned-ER physician, Robert Gore. The panel met with two classes of 7th and 8th graders and conducted a Q&A before heading outside for an instructional skate session and demo.
Check out this exclusive wrap-up video that was shot and produced by Satoko Sugiyama, and you can learn more here.