The annual Mother’s Day event, hosted by Skateboard Moms and Sisters of Shred, seeks to empower women through skateboarding and raise money for causes. This year, more than $4,500 in proceeds went to Community Service Programs and the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force. – OC Register
Thanks to those who went and shared here are some highlights.
Awesome things happen when we encourage each other like . . .
imagemaven (from Calgary – Canada) who shares this video with the caption
Happy to report that I am now able to drop in! Yesterday at the wood Iguana Bowl and today on cement. Awesome weekend of skating with amazing women at the MMSOR.
I love skate events like this – because everyone is welcome – women/girls age doesn’t matter in skateboarding – you’re never to young or too old to start having fun – and men/boys yes I want to skate with everyone who brings a positive vibe. Below video 3mezagroms.
If you have pictures to add to this post just let me know – until then I’ll end it with some more shots from Kendra who traveled from NY to skate here in Southern California – have board can travel.
And check out the Orange County Registers article
‘Roll’ models: Mighty Mama Skate-O-Rama raises funds to fight human trafficking
If you haven’t heard of Missing Girls Art Project please read my post on 3/26 to see what one local skater girl – Carly Vanderkarr – is leading. Carly was at Sunday’s event and shared with the OC Register.
Skateboarding for fun and being able to help others – so rewarding & super stylish!
You don’t have to be a girl or even skateboard to be a skatingfashionista – it’s just about sharing your style. Now go check out the OC Register Slide Show with these & more photos by Mindy Schauer.