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Wild Coast

They establish and manage protected areas, advance strong conservation policies, and engage communities in the protection and stewardship of healthy, thriving oceans, coastlines and wildlife. From pristine coastlines and mangrove lagoons to turquoise islands and stunning coral reefs, they work to conserve some of the most globally important coastal and marine ecosystems and iconic ocean wildlife in the USA, Mexico, and Cuba. https://wildcoast.org


Students Health & Education Abroad through Leadership (Students HEAL)

Students H.E.A.L (Health & Education Abroad through Leadership) is a non-profit organization comprised of a select group of dedicated San Diego State University Nursing Students and Physical Therapy Students. We all share the same goal: to make a difference in this world. Each year, we partner up with like-minded non-profit organizations from around the globe with the sole mission of providing healthcare to those most in need. Follow us on our journey as we travel abroad in the hopes of touching lives through healthcare and education. http://www.sdsuheal.com/

Menehune Surf Contest WSC

It was surf competition in the early 1960’s that gave birth to the Windansea Surf Club, as the growth of surfing spawned contests to compare skills up and down the coast. One of the biggest events in California at the time was the club competition held in Malibu. In 1963, Chuck Hasley, who had moved to San Diego and opened a surf shop in Pacific Beach for Hobie Alter, was talking to Skip Frye, Mike Hynson, and Bill Caster about the contest and they decided to recruit a team to surf under the Windansea Surf Club banner. Although they only had a loose connection to the previous club, Chuck guessed correctly that some of the L.A. guys would remember the luaus and figure that they were an established organization. Joey Cabell, Bobby and Ronald Patterson, Dave Willingham, L.J. Richards, Skip Frye, Mike Hynson, Del Cannon, Chuck Hasley, Billy Caster, Butch Van Artsdalen and Rusty Miller piled into a rented bus and arrived at Malibu to dominate the contest. https://www.windanseasurfclub.org/menehune-contest

Kate Sessions jog a thon

Kate Sessions is a small neighborhood school serving northern Pacific Beach. Our learning community is a blend of local students, students who live in military housing, those who attend through enrollment options and Special Education students who choose our school because of its programs. Our vision is to become a world-class school where we create learning experiences that foster student inquiry by promoting critical thinking, problem-solving and developing moral integrity to support decision making and actions based upon honesty, fairness, justice and respect. We are an authorized  International Baccalaureate (IB) World School. Our instructional program is an inquiry-based approach to teaching and learning. The state standards are the foundation of our curriculum. Teachers incorporate a global perspective, along with a real world application of concepts and skills. https://www.sandiegounified.org/schools/sessions/who-we-are 


100 Wave Challenge

The 100 wave challenge is a yearly fundraiser held in Mission Beach, that is run by the Boys to Men Mentoring non-profit organization. Professional surfers Shaun Tomson and Damian Hobgood come out for the event every year too! Each surfer is tasked with catching a total of 100 waves in one day, and for each person to reach the goal $1000 is raised for Boys to Men. In just 2021 $475,000 was raised! Here at PB Surf Shop we put together a team each year to help out. Prior to the event, we put on a clinic to teach many of the boys from the organization how to surf for their first time so they can also participate in the event.

Boys to Men is a non-profit organization that provides many at risk youth with mentors so that they have someone they can look to for help, or to just have someone they can talk to. Many of the boys in the program are in fatherless households and the mentors the program provides are great resources for the boys. If you’d like to learn more or get involved with the program you can visit https://boystomen.org

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