A Walk On Water provides surf therapy programmes to children and their families, adult and child surfing

A Walk On Water

Based in Malibu, California, A Walk On Water provides surf therapy programs to children and their families. They strive to empower children through the power of surfing and the healing qualities of the ocean. We support their amazing events by providing kit for their athletes, volunteers, and ambassadors.

Surfers against sewage girl holding placard

Surfers Against Sewage

Surfers Against Sewage are a UK-based marine conservation charity striving to protect our coast through inspirational campaigns and community projects. We’re proud to contribute to their vital work helping to protect oceans, beaches, waterways, and wildlife, with an annual donation.

The Wave Project

The Wave Project uses the benefits of surf therapy to support the mental and physical wellbeing of young people in the UK. We support their incredible work by giving the charity 100% of the profits received by the sales of our limited edition Wave Project dryrobe® Advance, as well as providing annual donations.

Children from Surfers not Street children charity wearing dryrobe towels

Surfers Not Street Children

Surfers Not Street Children is a South African-based charity using the transformative impact of surfing to empower children to pursue an independent life away from the streets. Inspired by their incredible work, we produce a custom dryrobe® Advance where 100% of the profits are given to the charity. We also donate annually, as well as supplying products in support of their work.

Girls with clipboard working with 2 minute foundation

2 Minute Foundation

The 2 Minute Foundation hosts a wide range of campaigns devoted to the cleaning up of our environment 2 minutes at a time. We have donated products to this inspirational charity and in 2021 supported a series of 2 Minute Beach School lessons in the UK, designed to teach families about the importance of our coastline and how to mitigate plastic pollution.

Billy Monger wearing a dryrobe® during Comic Relief Challenge

Comic Relief

We provide ongoing support to Comic Relief in the UK, and more recently we have supplied customized dryrobe® Advance change robes for The One Show's Red Nose and Spoon Race Challenge on the BBC. We also supported the exceptional achievements of double leg amputee racing driver Billy Monger, who nailed an epic triathlon-inspired challenge of walking, kayaking, and cycling.

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