by Rob on Monday, December 24, 2012
Over the weekend, we did another Boards for Bros distribution in the local neighborhoods around SPoT. All year long, we collect used skate parts from everyone in the Shop. Several times per year, we all get together and form an assembly line to put the boards together. We piled them into Clem's truck and drove around town to give them out.
by Rob on Sunday, June 24, 2012
When I first got to Detroit and saw the miles and miles of run down neighborhoods and abandoned buildings, I was amazed that it reminded me of parts of Cuba I visited. How can this happen in America? I learned a lot walking through these neighborhoods and talking to some residents. I know everyone says skateboarding is the best thing ever, but after learning about this scene in Detroit and what skateboarders are doing there, you really understand that this skateboard thing and the culture of it is truly something special. Here are some photos and words...
by Rob on Thursday, May 31, 2012
The SPoT Staff had another volunteer assembly line for Boards for Bros last night. Thanks for all your contributions that will allow us to give away all these boards at the end of the year.
by Rob on Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Our friend Andreas works with kids in an outreach program and told us about a gathering he was having in Robles Park last Saturday with some kids from the area. We figured it was a good time to unload a bunch of Boards for Bros completes at once.
by Porpe on Thursday, November 17, 2011
Filmer Joe has a brother in the military who is stationed in Afghanistan. He had a box full of Boards for Bros donations shipped to his base to do a distribution for us. Maybe one day we will be doing Damn Am Afghan and distributing more Boards for Bros with him.
by Rob on Thursday, October 27, 2011
Last night there was a volunteer session for putting all the Boards for Bros donated skateboard parts together. We'll be rolling through some local neighborhoods as usual this year in December. Thanks for your support of our charity. If you have questions or hardgoods to donate, email email@example.com.
by Rob on Thursday, December 16, 2010
Boards for Bros is our charity at Skatepark of Tampa. All year long, we collect used parts in the Shop. At the end of the year, we gather some friends and put everything together into as many usable skateboards as we can. Then we go through the rough neighborhoods of Tampa and give out hundreds of boards to kids. Last night we had a two hours session of putting the first 100 boards together for our giveaway trip this Saturday.