Harold Hunter Weekend went down from May 31 - June 4 in NYC. Huge thanks to presenting sponsor adidas Skateboarding and primary sponsors G-Shock and Skullcandy for helping make it all happen. Over $60,000 was raised all in support of the Harold Hunter Foundation.
To kick off Harold Hunter Weekend, on Wednesday, May 31st, from 6-10pm, UXA will host a special HHF benefit event at its retail store located at 99 Scott Avenue in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
Open to the public, the event will feature a skate jam and reception with live beats by DJ Daddy Dog. It will also usher in the official launch of a limited edition UXA x HHF x adidas Skateboarding deck and t-shirt adorned with a classic Harold portrait shot by renown photographer Sue Kwon.
The Harold Hunter Foundation, in association with presenting sponsor adidas Skateboarding, and primary sponsors G-Shock, HUF and Skullcandy, is proud to announce it will host a series of art, photography and skateboarding events in New York City from Wednesday, May 31 through Sunday, June 4 – all in remembrance of legendary skateboarder Harold Hunter who passed away in 2006.
We're proud to announce we've once again teamed up with longtime HHF supporter, Skullcandy, to release a limited edition Harold Hunter AIR RAID wireless speaker.
Only 100 Bluetooth-enabled speakers are now available at select retailers (full list below). The powerful, portable, impact-resistant speaker is wrapped with an iconic image of Harold skating through the streets of New York, that was shot by Charlie Samuels. All proceeds will benefit the Harold Hunter Foundation, so cop one before they're gone.
The Harold Hunter Foundation x Skullcandy AIR RAID speaker is exclusively available at these fine retailers:
The Harold Hunter Foundation has teamed up with LA-based apparel brand Onest Homme for a limited edition t-shirt featuring an iconic image of Harold.
Now available exclusively at OnestHomme.com, a portion of proceeds from the sale of the Harold Hunter: Love Always t-shirt will benefit the HHF.
“Love Always is the cornerstone of the Onest Homme brand - it’s about approaching everything you do from a place of honesty,” says Danielle Johnigan, Onest Homme founder. “The Harold Hunter Foundation has made a commitment to keep Harold’s memory alive hand-in-hand with empowering children to achieve their life goals through their love of skateboarding, and this is the inspiration behind the collaboration.”
Click here to snag a tee before they're gone.
We're proud to announce we've teamed up with our friends at Zoo York for a special clothing line that benefits the HHF -- exclusively available here.
Zoo York will donate all proceeds from the collection to the HHF, which will allow us to continue to provide opportunity and advocacy for skateboarders in NYC and beyond.
Click here to shop now and support the cause. Legends Never Die!
On Friday night, June 17th, the 10th Annual Harold Hunter Bridgerun went down in NYC.
Organized by Nike+ NRC, the event was led by Mike Saes of the NYC BridgeRunners. Hundreds of people came out to run, pedal and push in celebration of Harold, with $13,500raised in support of the Harold Hunter Foundation ($6,000 from individual donors and $7,500 from Nike).
Following are a selection of photos courtesy of Nike. Shout out to all the supporting sponsors including Kind, Noizy, Vita Coco, Muscle Milk, and Sailor Jerry.
HHF is calling all runners, skateboarders and cyclists to join the 10th Annual Harold Hunter Bridgerun on Friday, June 17th. We need your help to raise $10,000 to support our summer camp scholarship program that will send over 30 NYC youth to skate camps in California, Pennsylvania and New York.
Join our fundraising team and support the cause by clicking here.