Calling all ocean lovers of London and beyond! Support the Wave Project London at the Urban Surf Boat Party on Sunday 7th of July at Tamesis Dock to fundraise for the broken down Wave Project bus, and meet up with surfers, share stories and plan adventures! Expect a raffle including water sports prizes/experiences, tropical live music, games, prizes and talks.

Mad To Live Founder Sophie Everard is a passionately proud Ambassador & Advocate of The Wave Project, and the foundation of it’s London project is a massive step in enabling youngsters suffering from anxiety and depression to access the surf therapy programme. Our awesome bus that transports the children from London to the surf for the programme has unfortuntely broken down so this fundraiser is working to get the bus up and running again!

The Wave Project London brings vulnerable children from inner city London to the beach for 6-week long therapeutic surf courses. We rely on a fantastic volunteer team who provide one-to-one coaching that helps to build confidence, self-esteem and resilience in young people's lives. Besides therapeutic surf courses, we also run socials, events and training sessions in London and East Wittering. Your support will enable vulnerable young people to continue working with us after their initial six week surf therapy courses have finished. All raised funds go towards the repair of our Surf Bus that transports the youngsters to the Wave Project programme on the beach, and start of Surf Club London, the continuation of Surf Therapy after the 6-week program finishes for our young surfers.

Your Urban Surf Party ticket includes:
- Raffle prizes (Group SUP session Stand Up Paddle London-1h Massage-Yoga session- Eco Products My Little Panda- Rashr Rashr rash vest from recycled plastic- London Girls Surf Club hoodies
- Live bands: Earl Grey, Jeremy Peter Allen
- Talks! :)

Ticket price: £6.15 (+85p booking fee) (includes 5x raffle tickets!)

Join our Urban Surf Boat Party and support Surf Club London whilst having fun on the river!

If you can’t make it, find out more on The Wave Project here and how you can support this fantastic cause. The project is all evidence based with children referred by doctors and social workers to access surf therapy.