Where art and Skateboarding intersect
Deckaid is a retrospective skateboard art exhibition that showcases collector archives in celebration of skateboarding's influential history.
Their exhibits raise awareness and funds for youth-centered community organizations, particularly those who employ the vehicle of skateboarding to engage young people.
We back their play. Help by Donating: www.Deckaid.org
Thank You Skateboards
Launched in 2018 by skate legends Torey Pudwill and Daewon Song
Help Allen Losi Skate Again
Allen Losi is part of the generation that built a new foundation for what skating has become as
of today. His innovative attitude, style and strength are just a few reasons why he’s inducted
into the Skateboard Hall of Fame.
Currently, Allen suffers from one of the most painful diseases known : CRPS (Complex
Regional Pain Syndrome)
In 2021 Legendary Skateboarders and artists pooled their talents to create a campaign
to raise funds for experimental drugs to help not only sustain Allen, but to give hope that
he could skate again someday.
The Friends of Allen Losi was launched.
To learn more about Allen and these efforts:
Donate what you are able to.
GOFUNDME.com. (Type in: Help Allen Losi Skate Again)
They are an award-winning non-profit organization which empowers children through
skateboarding and education. By combining skateboarding with creative, arts-based education,
we give children the opportunity to become leaders for a better world. Their focus is on groups
who are often excluded from sports and educational opportunities, especially girls, children
living with disabilities and those from low-income backgrounds. They provide safe spaces where
children can have fun, build their skills and confidence and break down social barriers by
making new friends.
First sites were in Afghanistan, but now have project sites in Cambodia, South Africa and
For more info and to Donate: www.skateistan.org
And check out the 2020 Oscar Winning Documentary: “Learning to Skateboard in a War Zone
(If you’re a girl)”
Sk8ology back since 2011
The Skatepark Project (Formerly The Tony Hawk Foundation)
Public Skatepark advocates that help fund as well as provide guidance worldwide in an effort to assist millions enjoy skateparks. Tony Hawk, as well as associates at every level, has help bring over 660 skateparks to communities that need them most.
We back the efforts of The skatepark project.
See how you can help:
The Skateboarding Hall Of Fame
The Skateboard Hall of Fame and museum have been backed by Sk8ology since day one.
With an estimated 50 Million to have skated over the history of skateboarding, 160 skaters and Industry leaders/influencers have made contributions to skateboarding that have received special spotlights thus far.
The museum is the crown jewel of skateboard museum artifacts. Worth anyone’s time whether you have ridden a skateboard or not.
Sk8ology has been there to support each and every induction.
Please visit the museum and support future award ceremonies.
USA Skateboarding is the governing body for skateboarding in the United States and manages
selection of our Olympic Team from the National Team talent.
USA Skateboarding does not receive government funding for its athletes and programs.
Help provide the U.S. Team athletes with the resources they need to become the worlds
competitive best. All donations are deemed tax-deductible absent any limitations on
Show your support, as do we, for USA Skateboarding Athletes by donating
The Paris, France Olympic Games are summer 2024
Launch: Community Through Skateboarding is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that fosters a culture of creativity and self-expression to skateboarders throughout northern Colorado. The organization provides an environment in which to engage in skateboarding as a form of recreation, develop leadership skills through volunteerism, utilize creative-thinking skills through hands-on learning experiences and ultimately make meaningful connections within our community.
We Back their play!