The Bronx Girls Skate Jam was held at Van Cortlandt Skatepark on July 10th. Organized and run by HHF ambassadors and Bronx Girls Skate founders/Bronx natives Kava Vasquez and Mel Ramirez, the grassroots event was focused on unifying the NYC skateboarding community by welcoming everyone to come together and shred.
Recap video shot and edited by JLast Edits.
Harold was beloved in Japan! That’s why we’re honored to have teamed up with one of Japan’s top brands and retailers, Journal Standard, for a special drop of limited-edition tees featuring classic Harold photos by Gunars Elmuts and artwork by Kevin Lyons.
A portion of proceeds from this charitable capsule collection will be donated to HHF so we can further our mission of providing support, opportunity, and advocacy for NYC skateboarders.
Available exclusively through Baycrews in Japan, international shipping is available during the checkout process on their website. #LegendsNeverDie
Lifestyle photos courtesy of Ray Mendez and Ben Seligson.
On June 26th, the Skate for Changes Skate Jam & BBQ was held at Cooper Skatepark in Brooklyn. It was a fun day with some incredible skateboarding thrown down by the HHF crew and others. Skate for Changes is a BIPOC-led skate collective focused on community building, mutual aid, and bridging the divide between skaters of color and their communities.
Video shot by @bryant333 and @djangomaan. Video edited by Michael Furnari.
Harold Hunter Foundation
The Harold Hunter Foundation (HHF) is a grassroots, community-based organization that provides support, opportunity, and advocacy for skateboarders in NYC and beyond.