We're stoked to be partnering up with SurFebruary again this year - an initiative to help fight cancer by catching a wave each day for the month of Feb. It's super-easy: sign up, get your friends & loved ones involved to donate, and most importantly - catch a wave a day and let's wipe cancer out.
Nothing quite beats the feeling of plunging your head under ocean waves, breathing in the salty air and feeling a part of the big, blue marble we call earth! SurfFebruary has decided to harness the power of this natural phenomenon for the good of others by launching SurFebruary. With an annual campaign in February, participants are encouraged to catch a wave a day to raise life-changing funds for cancer patients, carers and their families

SurFebruary partners with Chris O'Brien Lifehouse, a not-for-profit comprehensive cancer hospital. They share a mission to help improve the quality of life for Australian cancer patients, carers and their families by advancing the understanding, diagnosis, treatment, care, cure and prevention of cancer for all.

SurFebruary 2020 kicks off Feb 1st, but registrations remain open through the month, so there's plenty of time to jump on board and do your bit in helping us wipe out cancer once and for all.

Register Now!

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