We are looking for Volunteers to help us grill burgers during the contest to raise funds for our outdoor programs at Hunter Mountain, March 22nd. 9am to 4pm. We had a blast last year watching Snowboarders ride one of the craziest slalom course events on the Northeast! We also raised money to help support our programs. The event is open to the public and riders that want to participate should arrive early to sign up. If you’re interested in volunteering please email firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s finally here on the Northeast… YES it’s winter! and YES we are going to celebrate this much awaited seasonal shift where we all start booking Snowboarding trips and head to the hill! OVRide is one of NYC’s premiere travel companies and a HUGE supporter of our efforts to introduce inner city teens to the outdoors through Snowboarding, indoor rock climbing, Hiking, and New media studies. During the night we’ll screen the new “YES Missions” movie and will raffle off a brand new YES board to a lucky winner! AND there will be product give aways all night! This event is FREE to the public. See you there!
Come Join us for a evening of art, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and a great social cause! 100% of the proceeds help fund our 2014 Snowboard program. Your donation of $50 provides FREE programming to families in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Fort Greene, Bushwhick, East New York and Brownsville. this is our fifth year bringing Snowboarding to teens in Brooklyn who haven’t had the opportunity to be exposed to the great outdoors. Your donations last year helped us start a new Chapter in Brownsville to better serve the immediate need for the outer lying regions of East Brooklyn. Click here for advance tickets. Your purchase automatically puts you in our raffle give a away!
One of our goals with Hoods to Woods is to build awareness of the great outdoors inner city youth combined with environmental responsibility. Here is a great example of how we can begin to make a impact on the environment. Not the answer, but we can all pitch in by doing something so basic that we over look every day! Please watch and repost to friends and family.
We are really excited about partnering with Fight The City for a special event auctioning off limited edition hand painted boxing gloves by world renown artists from Justin Carty to Borbay. Part of the nights proceeds will benefit all of Hoods to Woods Foundation outdoor and new media programs. The Auction will take place at The Time Hotel at 224 W 49th St, New York 7p-10p
Good news! The Hoods to Woods Foundation and Good Wood NYC has come together to produce a limited edition bracelet that will help fund our outdoor programs. We are huge fans of Good Wood NYC and they are fans of what we do as well! We thought it would be cool to make a bracelet to raise money for our outdoor programs. You can purchase the bracelet here at Bird’s Eye Board shop. There are only 100 bracelets available so don’t miss out!
Santigold is not just a musician and board member of Hoods to Woods, but a lover of art! Recently she became guest curator on Rock Photo Paper, a super cool web site filled with photography from various photographers around the world that you can purchase for your own collection. Check out Santigold’s selection of some of her favorite photos. Also make sure you get a copy of her new album “Master of My Make-Believe”
We started our first Snowboard program four years ago before we became an official non profit at Mt. Creek, NJ. See what a day on the mountain is like with our teens. Learning to overcome challenges & fears.
Part of our media and design programs are to encourage our youth to create product with outdoor and apparel companies. We partnered with Flat Fitty to create a limited edition cap.
Last year we partnered with Open Road to build a mini ramp in the lower
east side at the 12th and Ave. A skatepark. It was a two day project where
our teens were instructed on how to build a mini ramp. We would like to
thank Lifeandtimes.com and everyone who participated in helping construct
the ramp. The result was a success and brought many smiles to the kids in