from the Salisbury Skatepark Committee. We are a group of
concerned citizens who are working towards a free and public
state of the art skatepark for the Salisbury community and it’s
people. We are an official 501(c)3 (non-profit, tax deductible)
entity, begun in 2008. We have raised over $11,500 towards the
park so far, mainly through Salisbury’s skateboard community.
These monies will be applied to phase #1 of the park (6,000 sq.
ft.). Phase #1 will begin construction in Spring/Summer 2014.
These bricks begin our fundraising efforts for phase #2 of the
park (8,000 sq ft.). The park itself will be a one of a kind,
poured in place, artisan built, concrete park. Concrete because
it lasts with very little upkeep (shelf life of 25/30 years or
longer). One of a kind, artisan built because this will become a
destination park, that Salisbury and the whole Eastern Shore can
be proud of. Benefiting local moral, local economy and most
importantly, THE KIDS!
whole approach to bringing a skatepark to Salisbury has been to
keep it creative, relative and fun. Just like skateboarding
itself. We don’t believe in asking people for their hard earned
monies with nothing in return. Of course we will be providing a
free and public park to Salisbury but some relative recognition
would be good in return. Below are a few pictures. #1. The China
Banks of San Francisco. This spot is aesthetically pleasing and
has deep roots in skateboarding history. It has drawn skaters
from all over the world to skate it’s bricked transitions and
benches for over 30 years. Enter the successes of Brick
Fundraising. Our committee has decided to recreate this
destination spot right here in Salisbury, Maryland by using
commemorative bricks shown below (photo #2), and you can be a
part of it. You and your name can literally be a part of the
Salisbury Skatepark and a part of history at the same time.
Our goal is to raise $20,000 for phase #2 of the park. To begin
raising funds for phase #2 of the skatepark we are selling
commemorative bricks to do so. Any individual who donates $100
towards the park will receive a commemorative brick with their
name, their Grandmother’s name, a lost one’s name, a favorite
slogan, or whatever they wish, engraved into the brick. We will
use these bricks to recreate the China Banks of San Francisco.
You can literally help build Salisbury a free and public
skatepark and forever be remembered for it! (And write it off on
your taxes too!)
you would like to contribute towards Salisbury’s skatepark by
buying a commemorative brick, please fill out the form below. It
only takes a few minutes out of your day to make a positive
difference in your community that will last a lifetime.