Jam Skateboard Competition and Fundraiser


 Lawnwood Core Jam Skateboard Competition and Fundraiser benefiting Future 6’s “At Risk Youth” Skateboard Camps in 2016 in Saint Lucie County


Who:                     Future 6 Helping Hand Fund, Inc. in partnership with Saint Lucie County Board of County Commissioners and Popcorn Skateboards of Fort Pierce, Fl.


What:                    Lawnwood Core Jam Skateboard Competition and Fundraiser benefiting Future 6’s “At Risk Youth” Skateboard Camps in 2016 in Saint Lucie County.


When:                  Saturday, August 29, 2015

8:00am Vendor Set Up and Open Practice

9:30am Competition Starts

4:30pm Competition Ends


Where:                 Saint Lucie County’s Lawnwood Skatepark.

2100 Virginia Ave

Fort Pierce, Fl 34950


Details:                 On Saturday, August 29, 2015, Saint Lucie County Commissioner Todd Mowery will open the inaugural Lawnwood Core Jam Skateboard Competition with an introductory speech regarding the importance of supporting local action sports events, the community’s “At Risk Youth” programs being promoted and planned from the competition, and the importance of supporting our local nonprofit organizations and small businesses. The goal of the Lawnwood Core Jam is to help brand IRS 501(c)3 organization, Future 6 Helping Hand Fund (DBA Future6/F6), on the Treasure Coast as an iconic organization that provides free action sports camps for children with special needs and at risk youth with such programs as surfing, skateboarding, bully prevention, wakeboard and wake skate, and even motorcross. Future 6 has been operating free surf camps since 2013 in Palm Beach County serving children with autism, down syndrome, cerebral palsy,  and many other mental and/physical disabilities. Future 6 has also operated free wakeboard and skateboard camps in Orlando, Fl since 2012.


The competition itself has attracted a large outreach of large and small businesses in a vast array of industries all over Florida in support of Future 6 and the Lawnwood Core Jam. From international business, Ardent Support Technologies, which provides data center hardware support and maintenance services (www.ardentsupporttech.com) to Domain Premium Apparel, an Orlando based skateboard clothing company (www.domainpremiumapparel.com); the Lawnwood Core Jam sponsors and vendors share Future 6’s vision of providing positive mentorship programs and emotional outlets for the children they serve.


The Lawnwood Core Jam will have several competitive divisions including:

  • 0-7 years old
  • 8-12 years old
  • 14-17 years
  • Open Pro Am
  • Mens
  • Ladies
  • Cash 4 Trix Jam Session

Each division will provide trophies but the Sr. Mens, Open Pro Am, and Cash 4 Trix divisions will also have huge cash payouts, something that has never happened at SLC’s Lawnwood Skatepark. Future 6 and all their partners, sponsors and vendors are looking forward to some of Florida’s finest skate teams coming from all over to claim their piece of the prize purses.


About:­                  Future 6 is a Florida based 501(c)3 organization building a solid foundation for youth athletic programs, charity through community outreach, clothing, music and action sports events. Future 6 was created to make a positive difference and beneficial impact on children in Florida’s communities. We provide an opportunity to learn and excel in action sports while working in a fun, safe and professional atmosphere. Future 6 is controlled by a Board of Directors and maintains a volunteer base consisting of local professional and amateur pioneers of a relative sports’ program.


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