Concrete Jungle Foundation (CJF) is an international non-profit organisation that builds skateparks and runs youth development programming in communities around the world.
We empower individuals and communities worldwide through fostering and sustaining the positive values inherent to skateboarding.
1 /. We respond to local demands for skateboarding facilities, in environments otherwise lacking in sports infrastructure and communal/youth spaces.
2 /. We partner with the most recognised skatepark builders in the world to provide professionally built, world-class concrete skateparks, free of charge to communities.
3 /. We leverage pedagogical expertise and years of experience to provide targeted youth programmes focused on life-skills for children and professional development for adolescents - through skateboarding. Learn more.
4 /. We build up local capacity and transfer the long-term running of the park and project to local partner organisations, to ensure sustainability as well as local ownership of the projectContact us
You can also meet us in the following places:Helsinki, Finland
Liz Wilson | UK Board member
Sita Narayan-Dinanauth | UK Board member
Harry Gerrard | UK & NL Board member
Bob Zevenbergen | NL Board member
Clément Taquet | Executive Director
Tim van Asdonck | Programmes Director
Troy Björkman | Development Director
Tom Critchley | Grants & Research Manager
Lisa Jacob | Construction Manager
Luis Petersen | MEL Officer
We value reporting, evaluation and transparency, so here’s all that we’ve been up to.2021-2022 | Annual Report 2020-2021 | Annual Report 2019-2020 | Annual Report 2018-2019 | Annual Report
Concrete Jungle Foundation is a specialist in building skateparks in developing countries, and we are always keen to discuss third party contractor opportunities. All profits raised from such engagements go back into the organisation, allowing us to maintain our project locations, run our youth development programming, as well as train volunteers and local staff.Contact us
07.04.2017 | Peru this week
12.12.2017 | Africa Skateboarding Diary
17.05.2018 | Vice Belgium
06.06.2018 | Commissione Italiana Skateboard FISR
21.01.2019 | Solo Skatemag
30.01.2019 | Monster Children
03.05.2019 | UNHCR Innovation Service
28.02.2020 | Beyond Sport
04.05.2020 | Grey Skatemag
07.09.2020 | Forever Playground
11.11.2020 | Free Skateboard Magazine
24.02.2021 | Forever Playground
10.06.2022 | Monster Children
27.11.2022 | Childhood Education InnovationsPress inquiry