Jackpot Peanut Butter partners with The Skateparks Project

Published by Alex Jordan
May 5, 2021

We are excited to announce a new partnership between The Skateparks Project and Jackpot Peanut Butter.

The Skateparks Project is run by volunteers and our advice is always free. But we have running costs. We maintain the website, visit projects across the UK and have to cover everyday expenses.

We’ve been looking to work with a partner who shares our vision and is keen to work with us to help us support more projects and improve our resources. After lots of conversations we’ve decided that Jackpot is the perfect match. Not only does the peanut butter taste great, they also make a donation from the sale of Jackpot Rough Cut peanut butter to support SkateboardGB DIY projects.

Quite simply, their founder Rupe gets it! So please visit https://jackpotpeanutbutter.com/collections/jackpot-peanutbutter/products/rough-cut and try it.

Jackpot was originally created as a fictional peanut butter brand on a T-shirt in Hackney, London, in 2013 for skate company APN (A Public Nuisance). As the idea and brand recognition grew they decided that actually making peanut butter for real as a way to offer a great tasting nutritious product and at the same time generate support and donations to grassroots skate and music culture was the way forward.

The Jackpot vision is to support ‘the wellbeing of all the people, from our pot to the planet’. This means bringing you the best possible product, responsibly sourced and made, being transparent and honest, striving for zero waste, and doing good. At the same time they want to directly benefit our communities, and accomplish positive change together.