Providing support and new experiences to youth skaters with chronic health conditions.
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Above Coping needs your help!  All donations go directly towards helping youth battle through the challenges of chronic health conditions and life threatening illnesses.

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We accept credit cards, debit cards, and direct bank transfers via PayPal.

Where does my donation go?

  • $10 we provide a youth with a t-shirt and stickers.  We all love swag, right?
  • $20 creates an opportunity for a child to paint their own skateboard deck in hospitals or community art clinics.  Kids are stoked when they create something that they can take home and skate!
  • $30 T-shirts, stickers, and a skateboard to paint.  Simple math that adds up to one kid getting Above Coping while they deal with extremely rough times.
  • $100 puts a complete skateboard in the hands of an Above Coping team member. And then we skate!
  • $500 We just got a huge order of t-shirts, stickers, skateboards, paints, trucks, wheels… hey maybe we should have an event!
  • $1000 Oh my golly!  Look at that stack of skateboards!!!  75 kids will paint their own skateboard while receiving treatment in the hospital.