Foundation / Corporation
Tony Hawk Foundation (THF)
Grants of up to $25,000 to USA nonprofit organizations, state and local agencies, and schools to build outdoor recreational facilities that benefit at-risk youth. Funding is intended to promote active and healthy lifestyles and to empower and support youth. Qualifying projects construct public, permanent (concrete), and free skateparks in low-income communities.
The principal focus of foundation grants will be to encourage and facilitate the design, development, and construction of new quality skateboard parks and facilities, located in underprivileged communities in the United States.
The foundation primarily considers skatepark projects that:
The foundation may offer technical assistance on design and construction, promotional materials, and other information. The foundation may also facilitate support from vendors, suppliers, and community leaders.
GrantWatch ID#: 176636
- Minimum Grant: $1,000
- Maximum Grant: $25,000
Grants are based on a one-time, single-year award, although they may be paid over more than one year, if appropriate. The foundation does not provide sustaining funds or multi-year grants.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
All supporting documents—the grant application supplemental packet—must be sent to the following address:
Tony Hawk Foundation
1611-A S. Melrose Dr. #360
Vista, CA 92081
If you have questions about the application or grant processes, please contact the Foundation at https://tonyhawkfoundation.org/connect/.
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