Photos by DJ Struntz
Surf Resource Network is hosting their annual “Charity Shindig” at Bird’s Surf Shed in San Diego on July 21st from 6-10pm. The event is to raise money for health and education programming in the community of Robertsport, Liberia.
The first Liberian surfboard ever made will be available for auction at the event along with other great prizes and auction items.
The film “30,000” will be screened, which captures the experience of two brothers who travel the coast of West Africa, from Casablanca to Cape Town, and spend some quality time in Robertsport.
There will be live music by “Travis Thomas and Friends”, fresh tacos and ceviche provided by “Oscar’s Mexican Seafood”, and cold beer on hand thanks to “Mucho Aloha”.
Please join us for this event and help support Surf Resource Network’s efforts in Liberia.
Space is limited and tickets will sell out.
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SURF RESOURCE NETWORK recognizes high quality surf as a valuable natural resource, which can be leveraged to provide means for community development. Our mission is to support local economies by partnering with organizations working to create positive outcomes for developing communities in surf rich regions.
The Surf Resource Network supports local economies by raising funds for our partner organizations, facilitating the placement of volunteers within these organizations, fostering research and education, and developing sustainable projects to better the lives of individuals in the local communities.