We are a team of passionate skateboarders and volunteers who want to improve students’ performance at schools and empower them to pursue their dreams.
Nebula creates and facilitates a nurturing, dynamic environment where young South Africans can explore their potential and grow through experiential learning and entrepreneurial activity. Rooted in our passion for skateboarding, art, design, music and dance, Nebula sources strategic partnerships and creates solutions to the social and economic challenges our youth face in their communities.
The impact we make, is solidified and increased by the support we get from YOU! We are happy to hear from Volunteers, Fans, Investors, Sponsors and Media. With your support we can realize our vision to have young people from all over the globe make their dreams a reality and live with a Nebula Skate of Mind.
You can donate skateboards, gears, shoes, musical instruments and art supplies to:
Nebula, 19 Eden Rd, Obervatory, Cape Town 7925
As always, much has been happening with Nebula, especially in the background. Sadly, I haven’t been able to write something because of life’s distractions, but nonetheless, lemme tell you whats been going down – in our minds and in reality… Read More
Young and born free, my name is Michelle Perkins from Kimberley, home to the Kumba Skate Plaza and South Africa’s diamonds. After passing matric in 2012 with a BD, I became part of the teenage pregnancy statistics and gave birth to a little boy at the end of 2012. Read More
Thursday marked the end of Nebula’s crowdfunding campaign on Thundafund.com. It was unsuccessful. We were unable to reach our tipping point and therefore had to refund our handful of backers whom we are truly grateful for connecting with. Read More
We thought that sharing a few photos over the past few weeks with Nebula Youth would speak more words than any one person could write about! Haha… Okay, maybe its just that so much happened that I can’t write about it all! But that was a good one! Hehe… Read More
Every week there are stories to share about where we’re at and what has been happening on the ground – and in the air for that matter! Read More
We would love to hear from you!