Make A Wave For 30 Days This September
30 août 2023
Surf for 30 days in September for remote surf communities.
This September, Rip Curl has partnered with SurfAid to help make an impact for families in isolated regions, connected to us through surfing. This September surfers from across the globe are teaming up to take part in the third annual Make A Wave challenge. From September 1st to the 30th rookies and pros alike will surf for 30 days straight to make an impact for SurfAid. Sign up as a solo surfer, or register your surf crew today.
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How It Works:
Are you ready to challenge yourself for Surf Aid ? Sign up to MAKE A WAVE and surf every day in September. Set up your fundraising page and share it with your community to start gathering support.
Make A Wave:
When September arrives, it's time to start surfing! Log your daily surf sessions through your online profile and keep fundraising for families in the places we love to surf. Share your progress with #MAKEAWAVE.
Make An Impact:
While you surf through September, your waves have a ripple effect and help bring clean water, healthcare, and food security to families in remote surf communities. You are a true surf legend.
Join Make A Wave and help change the lives of families in the heartlands of surfing.
About Make A Wave:
Make a Wave is a peer-to-peer fundraising initiative that encourages people to surf for 30 days straight throughout September. All while raising funds for SurfAid's programs providing healthcare, clean water and sanitation, and nutrition and food security to families living in remote surf communities.
SurfAid supports families living next to the world’s most remote waves who struggle to access basic services like access to healthcare, clean water, sanitation and food security.
The Make A Wave challenge aims to raise funds to support SurfAid’s programs, in surf destinations like the Mentawai Islands where our support is needed more than ever. Since 2021, the Make A Wave community has raised almost $1.4 million for families in the heartlands of surfing.