The Memo Foundation was established in honor of Brandon “Memo” Kluz. Brandon “Memo” Kluz was a beloved Milford, New Hampshire local and skateboarder who was killed in November 2018.
We, The Memo Foundation, are skate- boarders, bikers, family, and friends that were greatly affected by Memo. We strive to create a better skatepark in his honor that will further his spirit through skate- boarding. In doing so, our mission is to progress the Milford Skatepark by building a bowl and carrying out improvements as a means to enrich the community and inspire future generations to come.
Constructing the bowl had an estimated cost of $130,000. With donations of time, equipment and materials, we are very proud to say that we were able to complete our “Memo” bowl project at a cost of $98,000.
With the continued support of the Milford Lion’s Club, Milford Parks and Recreation, Milford’s Board of Selectmen, and the Milford Community.
We are now focusing our attention on lighting and continued improvements for the future.
Thank you in advance for your support and donation.
Our mission is to enhance the community by funding improvements to Memo's hometown skate park and inspire future generations of skateboarding enthusiasts.
We are currently fundraising to install lighting for the skatepark.
After fundraising for 2 years we were able to construct a horseshoe bowl and make numerous improvements to the park.
The skatepark was repaired by the foundation. Cracks were filled and high spots were ground down all to make the park a safer place.