AccesSurf helps people with disabilities and their families to access the beach and ocean in a safe and therapeutic environment. On the first Saturday of each month at White Plains Beach, AccesSurf invites anyone with a disability to enjoy a free “Day at the Beach” with their ‘Ohana (family). Participants can explore their level of abilities by surfing, swimming, snorkeling, or enjoying shoreline flotation.
To accomplish their goals, AccesSurf held a fundraiser at Hawaiian South Shore Surf Shop’s Ward location on June 13th. Featuring the music of Mike Love and beer via Kona Brewing, much fun was had by all. A silent auction of surfboards, memorabilia, art, and services help AccesSurf continue their virtuous goals.
Thank you @mikelovemusic @hwnsouthshore @surfnewsnetwork @planetsunhawaii @hardrockcafe @konabrewingco @mauijim @pupukine @dukesoceanfest @barefootwine @bombereyewear @bostonpizzakapolei for supporting the AccesSurf Fundraiser. And also to Amazon Smile, Koa Beach Service, Finis, and Goodsearch who all donate to the program every month.