If you live in the Southern California area and have never been to a Life Rolls On event you definitely need to sign up to volunteer. There are few things more rewarding then taking disabled children and adults out on adaptive surfboards, meeting some incredible friends, seeing the bond between Physical Therapists and Occupational Therapists with their patients the the families...it is awesome! Plus this is one of the best ways to share a fun hands on project with fellow Rotarians, Rotaractors, Interactors, neighbors, friends and family members. On the sand and in the water there are so many ways you can give of your time and support the Life Rolls On Foundation. Check out the event in Santa Monica.
More more information visit: https://liferollson.org/santamonica/
Use Parking Lot 5S
Are you going to the Rotary International Conference in Toronto? If so stop by Booth #232 to get a tube ride and learn more about one of the fastest growing Rotary Fellowships on the planet. It's going to be a lot of fun and we would love to bring more Rotarians, Rotaractors and Interactors "on board." Check out www.surfersunite.org for more information and learn how you can get involved in your community, create fun youth oriented events, travel the world and surf with fellow humanitarians.
The 14th Annual Switchfoot BroAM returns to Moonlight Beach in Encinitas. Watch the surf action beginning in the morning including athletes from Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF), Junior Seau Foundation, Surf Jousting and music beginning at noon from several local bands and headlined by Grammy Award Winning artist Switchfoot. The event is free but there are many ways you can help the Switchfoot BroAM Foundation help at risk youth throughout San Diego. More information at: http://broam.org/
Photos from the 2017 Switchfoot BroAM
Watch the 2017 Switchfoot BroAM Recap here: https://youtu.be/D-yunLEy7qo
Unveiling Party August 1st in Huntington Beach (more details to follow)
Official Website: http://surfboardsonparade.org/
Amazing Surf Adventures, Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center, Rotary Club of Huntington Beach, Huntington Beach Art Center and the International Surfing Museum.
Stay tuned as more details will be posted soon.
Surfers Unite Rotarian Fellowship members who wish to assist with the 6th Annual Learn to Surf Event should register today. Rotary District 5340 hosts 22-25 International students aged 16 to 22 years old annually. This Learn to Surf event centers on giving gifted musicians from other countries the opportunity to surf after experiencing a couple weeks of performing as the International Youth Symphony and going to several attractions. Take a look at past events at:
If you live in the Southern California area and have never been to a Life Rolls On event you definitely need to sign up to volunteer. There are few things more rewarding then taking disabled children and adults out on adaptive surfboards, meeting some incredible friends, seeing the bond between Physical Therapists and Occupational Therapists with their patients the the families...it is awesome! Plus this is one of the best ways to share a fun hands on project with fellow Rotarians, Rotaractors, Interactors, neighbors, friends and family members. On the sand and in the water there are so many ways you can give of your time and support the Life Rolls On Foundation.
Registration and information: https://liferollson.org/huntingtonbeach/
The LRO Registration for the Huntington Beach Event will go live at 9AM on July 11th so sign up here and we will remind you. Become part of the LRO O'hana.
We're back and "Team Pink" is where it's at! That's right get ready to have an absolute blast as more than 600 volunteers will gather on the sand and in the water to encourage over 120 adaptive athletes from disabled children and adults as we help them enjoy a day of surfing down at La Jolla Shores. Meet some of the most amazing Physical Therapists and Occupational Therapists from around San Diego County, medical professionals, volunteers through the surfing community and Southern California. You must register on the Surfers Unite team as well as the Life Rolls On Foundation website to participate and the event is open to all. Minors will need a parent/guardian signature on all waivers.
Don't miss what has become one of the most fun service events year after year! Registration will open on the LRO site by August 1st.
Brett Morey, Founder
Surfers Unite Rotarian Fellowship
To catch 100 waves in a single day is a bit like running a marathon. It is physically demanding and you have to be well conditioned and a little nuts...Ha, Ha! The best part of this event is the amazing people you meet and raising funds for an incredible non-profit organization dedicated to mentoring at risk teenage boys growing up without a positive male role model in their lives. Boys to Men Mentoring serves hundreds of Middle School and High School teenage boys weekly through their programs aimed to prevent teenage boys from getting involved in gang violence, drugs and provide a positive role model to increase High School graduation and career guidance. This is a fantastic group of men truly making a difference in the lives of others and we are proud too be a part of it. Last year we collectively raised more than $349k for Boys to Men Mentoring Foundation. We will be looking for donors, sponsors and an army of volunteers to put this event on in the Fall of 2018. Come and be a part of it.
For more information check out: http://boystomen.org/
Night of a Million Waves Gala & Art Auction October 7th.
Ever told someone to go "Jump in a Lake" well here is your chance to actually do it and raise money for your favorite charity. The Rotary Club of Lake Arrowhead is organizing this annual tradition and Board Member of Surfers Unite Rotarian Fellowship Bob Gladwell is encouraging everyone to get on the list now.
Contact Bob Gladwell at 909-337-3516 or email@example.com for more info.
The PolaRotary page will be updated soon: https://portal.clubrunner.ca/101384