Surf For Life is sending funds and volunteers (skilled and unskilled labor) to help our friends on the east coast who were affected by Hurricane Sandy.
You can help just by liking the Surf For Life Facebook page!
“LIKE” THE Surf for Life FACEBOOK PAGE, AND SURF FOR LIFE WILL DONATE $1 TO HURRICANE SANDY RELIEF FOR …Read More >
In the Spring of 2013, Surf For Life volunteers will return to El Cuco, El Salvador to build a pedestrian bridge in one of the poorest communities near the world-class surf break, Las Flores. This area, located right next to a local elementary school, floods quite often during the rainy season. …Read More >
It seems like this is one supply you can never have enough of. The sun can be very intense so you’ll want SPF50 or above (and lots of it!). In addition to regular sunscreen for the project site, you’ll want to bring waterproof sunscreen to wear while in the ocean.
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Are donations to Surf For Life tax deductible?
Yes, Surf for Life is a 501(c)3 organization and all donations are tax deductible.
How do I register for a Trip?
Visit our Join a Trip page and complete the registration form to sign up for a trip.
How many people can go on a trip?
We try to keep groups …
Video: Striped Shorts, Celebrities, and Cinder Blocks
Earlier this year, Sundek and Surf for Life teamed up and took a crew of pro surfers and actors (Leven Ramblin from The Hunger Games, Eric Balfour of Six Feet Underfame, Andrew Keegan, who you probably remember from your little sister’s wall) down to El Cuco, El Salvador, to build … Read More >
In March 2012, a group of volunteers traveled to Puerto Viejo with Surf For Life to begin groundbreaking construction on the first high school for the small town. Though the project has now been put on hold due to zoning issues, volunteers were able to set the stage for the this project which we anticipate …Read More >
Reis Paluso is head of the Korduroy blog and recently accompanied Surf For Life in El Salvador to participate and document their efforts.
Alex Fang, founder of Surf for Life, noticed that many of the places he traveled to score waves had economies based on surf tourism. However, after talking with locals, …Read More >
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