The ReSurf Project

We admire people who think out of the box, especially when it combines environmentalism and humanitarianism. The ReSurf Project is a great concept, salvaging old surfboards and getting them to underprivileged youth in developing parts of the world.  Three surfers, native to the coasts of Long Island, will take a trip to Israel in March 2013 with 50 refurbished surfboards to set up their first surf camp.  They are harnessing a natural power to empower youth! Pretty ingenious. Become a part of their journey.

"Our objective is to also change the lifecycle of surfboards and instead of adding trash to the landfills, these discarded boards will bring a little bit of stoke to disadvantaged children all around the world. This is our commitment. This is our passion. This is the ReSurf Project."

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