Girls on Wheels

PfP is excited to fund the renovation of the SkateQilya ramp as well as partially funding the skateboards and helmets for camp participants!

Take a look at this awesome footage of GIRL ON WHEELS:

In 2013, when Kenny Reed came to Palestine to help us build our skate camp, he met Rama in the village of Jayyous. Rama, who was 12 at the time, is an inline skater and also a character in our documentary film. She was the first girl skater we could find, and as you will witness in this video, she becomes the first skateboarder in Jayyous.

Let’s help Palestinian kids learn how to fly!

 

 

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