Get your stoke on in Santa Cruz and support the surfer’s charity of choice, humanitarian aid agency, SurfAid. On Saturday April 23, 2016, SurfAid will be hosted by the Big Stick Surfing Association (BSSA) in Santa Cruz to run a SurfAid Cup event as part of the annual Logjam surf contest. ...read more
Kelly Slater. Shane Dorian. And you.
Announcing your chance to win the ultimate surf trip in Fiji with Shane and Kelly! ...read more
For a second year in a row, “The Paddlers” team of Jackson English, Nigel Tebb, Brad Gaul and Rory Chapman along with pro surfer, Nick Butler have won the Billabong SurfAid Cup. The event is held at the stunning Queenscliff beach in Manly NSW with 18 teams raising an extraordinary $150,000 for humanitarian organization SurfAid. ...read more
For a third year in a row, the team from Firewire have won the Billabong SurfAid Cup. The event is held at the iconic Malibu Beach in Malibu California, with 12 teams raising an extraordinary $160,000 for humanitarian organization SurfAid.
This is the second year that Dr. Dave’s team has won the SurfAid Cup fundraising trophy. The team of Conrad Carr, Gus Roxburgh, Debbie Frank, and SurfAid founder, Dr. Dave Jenkins raised an amazing $34,650. ...read more
On behalf of the entire SurfAid team, thank you to all of you that responded to the recent international fundraising appeal. We are absolutely overwhelmed by the generosity of our community!
Of the many communities that you support in Indonesia, seventeen are in Sumbawa – home to the world-renowned Lakey Peak, Scar Reef and Supersuck breaks. In the past twelve months, these communities have built 117 family latrines in Bima on the eastern side of Sumbawa. Building latrines may sound like a simple thing, but the impact of a latrine, coupled with construction of clean water facilties and a hand-washing campaign, can significantly reduce the incidents of diarrhoea and respiratory infections like pneumonia. This is real transformative change for these villages. ...read more
This year, SurfAid was proud to celebrate 15 years of supporting communities in remote villages in Indonesia. Your generous support has driven major achievements – expanding beyond malaria prevention to build a truly effective mother and child health program and being a lead responding agency to five natural disasters.
When we think of places like the Mentawai we think of world-class waves, but we often don’t think about the people who live on the land by those waves.
I’ve been fortunate to make the hike to many of our villages and meet the people that you support. One of the most inspiring people I met this year was Ibu Luseria (pictured above). She is from Eruparaboat, one of the hardest-hit areas during the 2010 Mentawai tsunami. ...read more
I’ve just finished an inspiring visit to one of our field programs in Nias and wanted to briefly share my experiences with you.
My first stop was Akhelawe, a cluster of villages in the area of Gido, in Nias. Gido is north and inland from the world famous break at Lagundri. We began our mother and child health programs late last year in Gido. ...read more