YOU CAN HELP US
Together we can create a safe skating environment for the kids and the community of Greenwood Lake
It’s proven that skateparks build and sustain healthy communities, and their benefits are numerous. As a gathering place for dedicated, athletic youth, the skatepark provides the forum for visitors young and old, beginning and skilled, to meet and share experiences. For many skateboarding youth, the skatepark becomes a home-away-from-home.
Just like every skatepark, the GWL Skatepark will be the result of a partnership between youth, government, local civic organizations and businesses. In spite of their rough edges, skateboarders often prove to be incredible advocates for the things that are important to them, and the long process of skatepark development is transformative not just for the skateboarders, but for the agencies, business owners and individuals that work with them.
To start that process, we created a non-profit 501(c)(3) called GWL Skatepark Corp. and we are dedicated to building this professional concrete skatepark in Greenwood Lake, NY in memory of Dale Hirrel, a local teenager and skateboard fanatic who was tragically killed as a passenger in an automobile accident in April 2016.
Based on the national average of a cost/sq. ft. to build a concrete skatepark, we are estimating the need for anywhere from $300,000 to $350,000 to design and produce a professional concrete flowpark. Will you help us reach that goal? Secure donations are now accepted by clicking the “DONATE” button above and processing your donation via PayPal by using either a credit card or using your own PayPal account. We are also accepting secure online credit card payments through Stripe. We, of course, accept donations in the form of either cash or check as well. Please call 845-328-0020 or email our Sponsorship Director, Jonathan Sismey, at email@example.com.
We are a registered 501(c)(3) corporation pending approval, and all donations are tax-deductible. We can provide receipts for your donations for your tax purposes.