The Revival Annex Project

Established in 2017, The Revival Annex Project is a community based organization aimed at transforming the local Lansing skate scene through constructing and managing a new not-for-profit indoor skatepark. To date, with donations from our fellow skateboarders, and what little funds we've raised on our own, we've constructed a 3' tall 32' wide mini-ramp and some skateable ledges. The local skate community has also provided different types of rails in order to get us started with our modular approach to creating a skateable environment.

In continuing with our vision, in October we have plans to build more skateable elements and hold a grand opening to kick off the indoor season.

At this point, added to the layout in October will be a new banked hip which will include some removeable rails, different sized ledges and manual pads, and a fun-box section with different hubbas, out-ledges and rails to get gnarly on. 

To bring this next phase to reality, we're relying on the donations provided through this campaign to fund the builds planned for the month of October.

All donations made will go straight to the purchase of materials for the build. You'll be funding the creation of the indoor skate park and that's it.

Thanks you for your donation and taking a stand for something we believe in.


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  • Narda Murphy 
    • $50 
    • 25 mos
  • Beth Enright 
    • $50 
    • 27 mos
  • David Campbell 
    • $50 
    • 29 mos
  • Calvin McGlinchey 
    • $20 
    • 29 mos
  • Andy Bell 
    • $20 
    • 29 mos
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Todgrinn Hargett 
Lansing, MI
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