The Surfrider Foundation is a non-profit grassroots organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of our world’s oceans, waves, and beaches through a powerful activist network. There are 80 chapters and 100 youth clubs in the Surfrider network. The Oʻahu Chapter is one of the most active chapters in the Surfrider network. Surfrider’s work is largely made possible by the work of incredible volunteers on our Executive Committee and Core Volunteer network.
The Surfrider Oʻahu Executive Committee (EC) is our volunteer-based board. The EC is made up of core volunteers who are dedicated to the Surfrider mission. They give an incredible amount of hours and are the decision-making foundation for the chapter. EC terms are two years and are elected positions.
Surfrider O’ahu is made up of various programs and committees that are the heart of our organization. Our committee leads are all volunteers, who give their time to make our work successful.
Daniel Amato, email@example.com
Arleen Velasco, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ryan Dadds, email@example.com
Lauren Kaiser, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Foley, email@example.com
Karissa Mauro, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jared London, email@example.com
Emma Stevens, firstname.lastname@example.org
Camile Cleveland, email@example.com
Weʻre looking for....
Beach Cleanups Assistant (2): Come to beach cleanups, pick-up supplies from storage before event and drop off after, pick-up snacks/refreshments for the vols, and more!
Beach Protection Assistant: Help on current campaigns, go to restoration events, bring supplies and pickup snacks/refreshments.
Content Creator: Create digital social media posters about events, programs, and campaigns. Video or Photo skills are a plus!
Social Media Assistant: Help us stay engaged and active on our socials! (Instagram, Facebook, Threads)
Grants Coordinator: Locate and apply for grants to support our work
Public Relations Coordinator: Connect with local media for press releases and interviews
Tabling Coordinator: Represent Surfrider at influential events and share SF knowledge with the community!
OFR assistants: Help Ryan out, check in with local OFRʻs and keep them psyched on the program or recruit new ones.
Merchandise Coordinator: Manage orders and deliveries of our latest and greatest SF merch, inventory our current merch.
Youth Clubs Coordinator (seasonal): Share the SF mission with the keiki and communicate with active clubs
Sound like you?
Send your resume and brief description of why you want to join to the Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org