We work with some incredible organizations to help us reach more participants. We encourage everyone to learn more about each of them and hope to provide additional resources to our participants. 


Life Rolls oN

Founded by world champion quadriplegic surfer Jesse Billauer, Life Rolls On is dedicated to improving the quality of life for young people affected by spinal cord injury. Believing that adaptive surfing and skating could inspire infinite possibilities beyond paralysis. Life Rolls On began as a splash into the unknown on September 11, 2001; achieved 501c3 nonprofit status in 2002; and now touches the lives of hundreds of thousands. 

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National organizations help us to locate and serve our veteran community. Our camps range from working 1:1 with veterans to family camps where spouses and their children are invited to participate in surf and stand up paddle camps. Events range from one day to week long camps.


More Life

MoreLife is a transformative outdoor adventure created in memory of Matthew Lempergel. A family member and paratrooper who lost his life to suicide on Jan. 22, 2012. 
Matthew's service to our country and fatal battle with PTSD has driven our efforts to giveback.
MoreLife is a call-to-action to share our love for adventure with warriors and their families. We foster personal growth, service and family centered values to help warriors  recommit to overcoming difficult life challenges.

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Little pink houses of hope

LPHOH provides FREE week long vacations for breast cancer patients and their families.

They believe a cancer diagnosis does not just affect the patient, but the entire family. Every retreat is designed to help families relax, reconnect and rejuvenate during the cancer journey

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Cape Fear Vision Resource Center

The Vision Resource Center enhances the lives of adults and children living in the Cape Fear Region who are visually impaired by: advocating for their needs, identifying and sharing information about community resources,  providing education,  skill development and socialization opportunities.

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Carolina Bay at Autumn Hall

Brightmore of Wilmington

Residents of Carolina Bay and Brightmore participate in our annual Senior Day camp. 

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Adaptive Surf Project

A South Carolina based organization who believes that individuals who happen to have a disability can surf.

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Brigade Boys and Girls Club

Their mission: To inspire and, through character development, enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

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Odysea Surf School

Odysea Surf School instructors give back by volunteering for our camps as instructors. 

Odysea Surf School was started with the idea of teaching surfing lessons in a positive learning environment. We have adult instructors with over 10 years of continuous surf lesson instruction in North Carolina. The owners are avid water men with over 30 years of surfing and Lifeguarding experience between them. We only employ the highest quality surf instructors. In fact, over 75% of our surfing instructors are local certified school teachers.

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