Skate For Change is a non-profit started by Mike Smith but carried out by youth all across America. What started out as a simple exercise of kindness has sparked a worldwide movement. It’s this simple; You SKATE – You GIVE. With new Chapters springing up weekly, there’s no excuse not to get involved.
Check out the map. There may already be a Skate For Change chapter near you. If you’d like to get involved with an existing chapter, send us a message in the Contact section and use the Subject “Join A Chapter”.
We’ll help get you in touch with the Chapter Head in your city so you can start participating with them and giving back to your city.
Please Submit An Existing Chapter Form To Be Included On The Map
If there isn’t an existing Skate For Change chapter near you, we encourage you to take the initiative to start one in your city. It’s a relatively easy process.
Get some dedicated friends to join your cause! We suggest not skating unless you have at least 4 people.
Commit within the group to go out AT LEAST twice a month! (We suggest Sundays, #skateforchangesunday)
Every member of the group simply skate with a backpack on, fill the back pack with water, clean socks, or non-perishable goods. DONT STOP SKATING TILL YOUR BAGS ARE EMPTY.
Start an Instagram page, use “SKATEFORCHANGE” or “SFC” in the name, (ex: skateforchangeTX // @DenverSFC // @phoenix_sfc ) or any other variation that fits your specific group. FOLLOW @skateforchange, and then TAG us when you are out so we can help empower and encourage you!
Please Submit A New Chapter Form To Be Included In Our System
As part of Mike Smith Live’s partnership with People Water, we’ve developed some exclusive People Water x MSL x Skate For Change gear that is available in limited quantities on their web store! The first item is our Skate For Change People shirt, which is available in two colorways, sizes
While Mike was back home last week, he and a group of friends met up at The BAY and took to the streets to do Skate For Change (SFC) in both Lincoln and Omaha. Our buddies from RedCorn Studios were on hand to capture some awesome pictures of the crew