“I Am A Surfer, Not A Street Child”
O’Neill forms partnership with SNSC to give at-risk kids a fighting chance.
Surfers Not Street Children do good work. Based in Durban, South Africa and Mozambique, SNSC aim to give at-risk kids a fighting chance of a dignified existence by providing surf lessons, nutrition and education programs that keep kids off the street. You can detailed accounts of SNSC’s work here, here, and here.
O’Neill is now partnering with SNSC through financial support and product for the organization and the children they work with. “O’Neill and Jordy Smith have been allies of ours for many years,” Says Sandlie Mqadi, the Country Director for SNSC South Africa. “This next chapter in our partnership could not have arrived at a more important time. Now is when the most vulnerable children need even more support. Thank you to O’Neill and Jordy Smith for standing with us at this time, and for journeying with us in the past. Together we can transform more lives. Siyabonga Kakhulu!”
For more info on the SNSC organization and to donate, follow this link.
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