Our mission is centered on the protection and enjoyment of our island’s (world’s) Ocean, Beaches, & Waves through a powerful activist network. Our Near Shore Ecosystems in Hawai‘i are the life blood of the people and way of life and thus preserving public access and water quality in these amazing resources into the future is of vital importance. Our organization is fueled by you – our amazing volunteer grassroots activist network!
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The 16th Annual John Kelly Awards are coming! November 10th 2018 at beautiful Waimea Valley and we are opening up our ticket sales with early bird specials through mid September. In honor or the International Year of the Reef our theme this year is “Revive the Reef” and then incredible Heather Brown Art has once again designed an incredible piece of art for the event! You can also read more about past winners and the event on our John Kelly Awards website!
On November 3rd Join Surfrider O‘ahu and HIC – Hawaiian Island Creations for our annual November cleanup at the James Campbell Wildlife Refuge in Kahuku. The refuge is a protected area managed by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that while preserved from development is under constant threat from heavy loads of marine debris. Last year our team of volunteers cleared 10,000 lbs of debris from the shores that surrounded monk seals and wetland/seabirds.
Surfrider O‘ahu Monthly Meetings
Join us for Surfrider O‘ahu Monthly Meetings in 2018 as we dive into another year of service. We are back at RevoluSun in their new showroom in SALT Kaka‘ako and look forward to working with them to make the whole area Ocean Friendly and Plastic Free!
We meet from 6:30-8:30 PM every month. It’s always a potluck, a chance to connect with your community, listen to interesting guest speakers, and contribute your energy in small break out groups.
Join us on the First Wednesday of Every Month for our Surfrider O‘ahu Public Meeting