Save Lives Surfing With Your Mates

26 Apr 2017 0 Share

COASTALWATCH | SURFAID CUP 2017

Video above: SurfAid Cup Manly 2016

The SurfAid Cup is coming back to the famous stretch of sand at Bondi Beach this June and there are still a couple of openings for teams. 

This is your chance to get a group of mates together to surf to save lives and make a real difference in Indonesia. The event is based on a surf-tag format with teams made up of five surfers including one pro/sponsored surfer that is picked from a pool based on funds raised by the team. Each surfer catches two waves before returning to the beach tag zone. 

Each team is required to raise a minimum of $5000 before the event in order to qualify to surf on the day, which between four of you isn't a difficult feat. 

Not only will you get to surf with your mates, but you'll be in the company of past, current and future surf legends, you'll receive an official event tee and goodie bag as well as entry to the famous after party. 

So rally the troops and let Jessie know you're in. Email jessie@surfaid.org to register your team today. 

SurfAid is a non-profit humanitarian organisation whose aim is to improve the health, wellbeing, and self-reliance of people living in isolated regions connected to us through surfing. All funds raised go towards building stronger communities in the Mentawai and Nias islands off the coast of Sumatra and Sumbawa in eastern Indonesia.


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