The Kevin Peare Memorial Skate Park committee
is looking to raise funds to build a skate park.
This skate park is being built in memory of Kevin Peare.
Conway native, skateboarding advocate, and great human being.
Kevin’s dream as a young boy was to have a skate park in Conway.
After his death in July of 2017 , His sister Caren Wiggin reached out to
The Tony Hawk Foundation to make his childhood dream a reality .
Your donation supports our efforts to build a State of the Art Skate Park.
The need of this park is not just about the fun . It is about having a
designated place for the skateboarding community, At this time they are using
the street , vacant lots , and places like Settlers Green to skateboard.

● This park will be a free, safe clean outdoor space for the skateboarding community.
● The design will compliment the landscape of The Mount Washington Valley
● Slated to be 10,000 sq ft . Cost to build is estimated to be $45 a square ft
● The Park will take 2 to 5 years to come to completion
● The Tony Hawk foundation is guiding the KPMSP committee
● Most of the fundraising will be done grassroots and through grants
● This is a non-profit adventure and all donations are tax deductible.
Just a small donation of any amount will help us and it means so much to us to have your support.
Here are the ways you can donate:
● Gift certificates or product (for silent auctions or raffles)
● In Kind Donation (building materials or services)
● Contact us if you are interested in a fundraiser
● Monetary Donations send a tax deductible check or money order to:
Kevin Peare Memorial Skate Park PO Box 210 Conway N.H. 03818
Director Caren Peare Wiggin 603-986-8725 Website :
Treasurer Anna Hatch Peare 603-986-6436 Email :
Fiscal agent Mount Washington Preservation Association.
Our mission is to educate our community about the benefits Skateboarding can have on our individual youths mental
and physical well-being. While raising funds to provide a state of the art Skateboard Park to improve their overall
safety as well as empower youth with positive alternative choices.

Kevin Peare Memorial Skate Park Committee