Skate Nepal will be joining forces with Make Life Skate Life to start working on Annapurna Skatepark in Pokhara, Nepal’s second largest city, in April of this year. Check out a press release explaining their new project in greater detail, a short edit and, for more information and to donate, head to the Annapurna Skatepark website.
Skate Nepal would like to wholeheartedly thank everybody that has donated, supported and spread awareness of our cause thus far. Thanks to all your love
and support we raised £2515 towards extending and refurbishing Ram’s skate
park in Pokhara.
However, from making a trip to Nepal back in November 2016 it was evident
that the longevity of the Ram’s park in Pokhara was looking incredibly bleak
and past the point of real sustainability. Our foundations behind our project were to provide facilities that could serve as a hub for positive social and creative interaction for both younger and older generations in Nepal. To have a real impact however the facility needs to have lasting longevity and resources
that ensure the space can be used for generations to come. So we would
like to wholesomely announce that Skate Nepal will be redirecting efforts towards the Annapurna Skatepark Project – A project led by Make Life Skate Life in partnership with The Community Collective and Alis.
Construction of the park is set to commence this coming April. This is a truly
incredible project and MLSL are no strangers in doing great things via skateboarding around the world. All of the funds generated from our previous project have been redirected and pumped into the Annapurna skate park fund.
For more information on the project and to donate head to;