At EVPA earlier this month, our Founder, Charles-Antoine Bodson, took the stage alongside Concrete Jungle Foundation's Clement Taquet, and Tom Critchley, PhD who wrote a thesis about the social impact of skateboarding, to tell a story. A story of art, skate and social change.
The Andy Warhol Foundation x THE SKATEROOM
Become the Change.
The Andy Warhol Foundation and Michael Hermann supported us tremendously with the booth at EVPA and ASHOKA. And so we sent an invitation to everybody in the crowd – join us in our mission to empower at-risk youth all over the world.
By buying 1 of our limited Campbell Soup collections, you can directly empower the work of Concrete Jungle Foundation, building skateparks and youth-empowerment programming all over the world, through skateboarding. Join us on our mission today.
At THE SKATEROOM we make a commitment to the social projects we sponsor: at least 10% of our revenue goes directly to them. Working with our partners, we help empower at-risk youth, build new skateparks and develop education facilities & resource programs. Since 2014, we have generated over $1,500,000 across 35+ projects. As a proudly certified B Corp, we are committed to growing that impact every day.
Sponsored Social Project
A skatepark for at-risk youth outside Marrakech
Concrete Jungle Foundation (CJF) is an international non-profit organisation that builds skateparks and runs youth development programming in communities around the world. They empower individuals and communities worldwide through fostering and sustaining the positive values inherent to skateboarding. By purchasing a limited edition of the 32 Campbell Soup set you will directly fund this project.