On Friday 18 October 2019, the USANA SurfAid Cup returns to iconic Manly Beach!
 
The USANA SurfAid Cup Manly, now in it's 9th year, is a tag-team style fundraising surf competition. Teams of 4 surfers, of all ages and abilities, raise critical funds for SurfAid's work, enjoy the ocean, and compete for two trophies: top fundraising team and champion surfing team. 

Adding to the excitement and goodwill of this event, top fundraising teams gets first pick from an impressive line-up of pros and local legends, making up their 5th team member.  The event has been supported by some of surfing’s most recognised names including Tom Carroll, Shane Dorian, Mark “Occy” Occhilupo, Layne Beachley, Simon Anderson, Sally Fitzgibbons, Felicity Palmateer, Laura Enever, Lisa Andersen and Taj Burrow.
 
The SurfAid Cup raises money for SurfAid's lifesaving mission to improve the health, wellbeing and self-reliance of people living in isolated regions connected to us through surfing. SurfAid empowers people through education and direct support.  By improving access to clean water & sanitation, basic healthcare, and nutrition, SurfAid has dramatically reduced maternal and child death near places we all love to surf.

SurfAid is proudly fully accredited by the Australian government, a selective endorsement that represents the efficacy and efficiency of SurfAid's program implementation and governance. 
 
 
 

SurfAid Cup Manly 2018 presented by Beecraft from SURFAID on Vimeo.

SurfAid

SurfAid is a non-profit humanitarian organisation whose aim is to significantly improve the health, well-being and self-reliance of communities in remote geographical locations, connected to us through surfing. SurfAid, in partnership with communities and government, works to prevent disease, suffering and death through educational programs which empower people.

SurfAid

SurfAid is a non-profit humanitarian organisation whose aim is to significantly improve the health, well-being and self-reliance of communities in remote geographical locations, connected to us through surfing. SurfAid, in partnership with communities and government, works to prevent disease, suffering and death through educational programs which empower people.


 

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