One of the most significant projects of recent years carried out in one of the most difficult and complex areas of the planet, the Gaza Strip.
In 2014, the nonprofit organization Gaza Freestyle laid the groundwork for a project aimed at bringing some joy, respect and a sense of community to an area that has been battered by conflict for far, far too long.
Over the past few months, many Gaza Freestyle volunteers and professionals have been working hard and under difficult conditions to finish Ha’ramba, the DIY skatepark in Gaza City harbor, completed thanks to ANTI-DO-TO‘s support.
Founded in 2020, ANTI-DO-TO is an activist brand that makes clothing a means to change things.
Its intent is to create and inspire change with concrete actions and through the donation of the net profits generated by each garment, to social impact projects that support causes in line with the brand’s philosophy: physical and mental well-being, inclusion, community and planet.
The Ha’Ramba Skatepark has finally been completed with numerous concrete ramps, grind boxes and flat platforms and is ready to welcome the many Gazawi youth.
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A creative hub for the more than 100 skaters, skaters, artists, acrobats who frequent the skatepark every day, a place for everyone and that wants to represent a space dedicated to freedom and escape from the difficulties of everyday life.
The connection between Gaza Freestyle and ANTI-DO-TO is strong, constant and continuous: the guys share photos and videos taken at Ha’Ramba, which for them represents fun, tranquility and safety.
To celebrate the conclusion of the works, ANTI-DO-TO has created a capsule collection dedicated to the Ha’Ramba Skatepark that includes a T-shirt, a long sleeve and a hoodie, all made of 100% organic cotton GOTS and with prints inspired by photographs of the skatepark located in the port of Gaza City.
ANTI-DO-TO’s capsule collection that pays homage to the Ha’Ramba project is already available on the brand’s website. By purchasing a capsule item or any other available item, 50% of the net profits will be donated to the Gaza project.