Surfrider Foundation Canada
What is Surfrider Foundation Canada
Surfrider Foundation is dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the ocean, beaches, and waves through a powerful activist network. Surfrider operates in the United States, Canada, Australia, Europe, Japan, Morocco, Senegal and Argentina.
Surfrider Foundation Canada (SFC) has three chapters in British Columbia: the Vancouver Chapter, the South Vancouver Island Chapter based in Victoria, and the Pacific Rim Chapter based in Tofino and Ucluelet. SFC is also opening an Atlantic Chapter in January, 2024, and is looking forward to opening new chapters in areas like the Great Lakes.
Surfrider leads programs and campaigns for clean water, beach access, coastal preservation, ocean protection and plastic pollution. Currently, the national Foam Free Waters campaign is working to get polystyrene banned from aquatic infrastructure in Canada.
Why Partner with Surfrider Foundation
All of us at QWC have a deep love for the waterways that we live and play on and we want to play a more impactful part in protecting and if possible improving the state of them for future generations to enjoy. The Surfrider Foundation is a volunteer based charity that is very effectively doing just that. We really wanted to support them and help advocate their message to all of our own partners and customers Canada wide. So we at QWC are very excited to announce that we are partnering with them to assist with their mission and their campaigns.
We also want to show our support and appreciation for all of the Surfrider staff and volunteers by offering a 15% discount on any of our gear sold on this website. To receive this discount please call, or email Paul directly at email@example.com or 1 604 518 6933. We will also be offering additional discounts and sales on specific items. Please check back regularly to see what current programs are happening.
Check out the Surfrider Foundation programs ands specific Chapter programs, campaigns, and victories at their own regional chapter websites. You can sign up to region-specific newsletters, find contact info for staff and volunteers, or donate to a specific chapter: