Reducing the impact of plastics in the marine environments that surround us.
Defending our oceans from challenges threatening the vitality of the ecosystem.
Working with decision-makers to ensure full and fair beach access for all to enjoy.
Taking on issues that threaten our beaches and natural shorelines.
Protecting the health and sustainability of our planet's most precious resource.
The Surfrider Foundation is dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s ocean, waves and beaches, for all people, through a powerful activist network.
The Ala Wai Boat Harbor area is the last free parking in Waikīkī. However, recent actions by the Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation may threaten the last remaining 300 parking stalls. We need your support in asking our state legislators to pass Senate Bill 1034 (SB1034). The bill requires the protection of the free 300 parking stalls that were negotiated between the state and the public in 2008 to ensure free beach access for all people of Hawai’i.
Surfrider Foundation believes that all people should have access to water quality data. Our BWTF program empowers the local community to make informed decisions about where it is – or is not safe to swim.
We're always looking for volunteers to help affect change locally. Join us.
The Surfrider Foundation is committed to fostering a just, equitable, diverse and inclusive organization for all people who protect and enjoy the world’s ocean, waves and beaches.
Address: Surfrider Foundation Oahu Chapter
PO Box 283092, Honolulu, HI 96828
Red Hill Town Hall (90 minutes)
Advancing Environmental Justice Panel Discussion (90 minutes)
Story of Plastic Panel Discussion (95 minutes)
Clean Water in Hawaii: Surfrider Activism (50 mins)
Beach Protection Issues (75 mins)
Your support will help us get one step closer to our vision of protecting 100% of our coasts.