Adaptive Surf Project is a non-profit organization located in South Carolina. Beginning in 2013, the Adaptive Surf Project's main goal has been to make life better for those around them.
They design, produce, and give away surfboards adapted to fit the needs of those who live with physical limitations.
This year, they are using their campaign to help four athletes travel and compete in the National Adaptive Surfing Championships happening June 14 in Oceanside, CA.
Ernie Johnson, one of the four adaptive surfers from South Carolina, told the local news, "Since I broke my neck and competed in football. This is absolutely the most exciting thing I’ve done.”
Adaptive Surf Project works with organizations such as Ocean Cure, Adaptive Expeditions, Coastal Adaptive Sports, and Life Rolls On. They also volunteer and promote the event Wheel to Surf.
For more information on Adaptive Surf Project and how to donate to their organization, click here.
For information about the 2017 USA National Adaptive Surfing Championships put on by Surfing America, click here.