Celebrity Surf Day for Missing Children South Africa
On Saturday, 09 September 2017 at 9am, we will host our annual Surf Emporium Celebrity Surf Day to raise funds for MCSA in order to assist them in their incredible mission! You can get involved in 4 easy ways: 1. Sign-up for a group surf lesson with your favourite South African celebrities 2. Donate R100 3. Sponsor a child from Waves 4 Change and allow them the opportunity to join the Celebrity Surf Lesson 4. Purchase celebrity memorabilia that has been donated
Surf with our Celebrity Team
Group surf lesson with our SA Celebrity Team including Protea Cricketers, Dale Steyn, Morne Morkel & Faf du Plessis. As well as Olympic Medalist, Cameron van der Burgh and funny-man Nik Rabinowitz
Professional high resolution images
A participation certificate
Celebrity signed Surf Emporium Cap
Post surf vida e caffe Muizenberg lunch
Section 18A Donations Tax Deductable Recipet (All proceeds go to Missing Children SA)
Price: Only R399 per person
Meet the People Who's Lives You are Changing
"Children are our greatest treasure. They are our future." - Nelson Mandela
About Missing Children South Africa
The Shocking reality is that a child goes missing every five hours in South Africa, according to figures released by the South African Police Service Missing Persons Bureau for 2013. This adds up to a total of 1697 children. Fortunately, according to Missing Children South Africa’s statistics, 77% of children are found. Sadly, this still leaves us with at least 23% of the children not being located.
Trafficking in children is a global problem affecting large numbers of children. According to UNICEF and World Concern some estimates have as many as 1.2 million children begin trafficked every year. “Children and their families are often unaware of the dangers of trafficking, believing that better employment and lives lie in other countries.” For more information please visit the Missing Children SA website: www.missingchildren.org.za.
About Waves for Change
Waves for Change has developed an award winning programme that fuses elements of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Humanistic Therapy and Surfing to improve the wellbeing and emotional stability of young people who’s wellbeing has been adversely effected by violence and abuse. ‘Surf Therapy’.
The programme is delivered by trained local community members who are supervised by an inter-disciplinary team of healthcare professionals. From an initial reach of 10 children in the township of Masiphumelele, the programmme has grown to reach over 400 children, teachers and parents annually.
Waves for Change has received global recognition and has won several awards including the Beyond Sport Award for Best Sport and Health Programme in 2015.