On 18 May 2018, the SurfAid Cup returns to iconic Bondi Beach!
Surf & Save lives!
The USANA SurfAid Cup Bondi is a tag-team surf competition open to long or short boarders who raise funds in order to compete. Each team is made up of four amateurs and one pro or local legend. The team that raises the most money gets the first pick from an impressive line-up of pros and local legends.
The SurfAid Cup raises money for SurfAid's lifesaving interventions in remote communities in Indonesia. 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.
The event has been supported by some of surfing’s most recognised names including Tom Carroll, Shane Dorian, Mark “Occy” Occhilupo, Layne Beachley, Rob Machado, Owen Wright, Simon Anderson, Sally Fitzgibbons, Luke Egan, Laura Enever, Lisa Andersen, Joel Tudor, Strider Wasilewski, Nat Young and Taj Burrow.
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.