Surfboard Recycling

If you have surfboards, skimboards, or boogie boards collecting dust, please consider donating to help the youth in our after-school programs surfing! Not to worry if they’re not in perfect shape. We’ll repair the dings!

Please email info@returningwave.org for more information on drop-off stations and upcoming surfboard repair parties.

 

10 thoughts on “Surfboard Recycling

  1. GOSH I have too many of them to donate.. were a new company called the garbage can surfboards. We collect beat up boards, fix them in a right budget or make them out of stuff, we give or trade. I’ll email you soon after i talked to my BF. 🙂

    ps what is ur email?

  2. Hey my names Jared, Im not what you call a free loader but I’d die for a surfboard becoming a surfer is my dream! Any tips or pointers? I’d greatly appreciate a donated board it’d make my world.

    1. Hi Jared if you are in San Francisco
      We can teach you how to patch boards and you can fix one you find on Craigslist for cheap

  3. I live in Hermosa Beach, but I’d like to donate some surfboards. Do you have a drop-off in Southern California? Or know of a similar organization?

  4. Hello!

    I’m haikal.i come from aceh,indonesia.
    My dream is could be a pro surf.but,i don’t have surfboard to make my dream come true.
    I’m usually see the tourist to surf in the beach.

    Would you like to donate your surfboard to me.it will be pleasure to me.

    Thank you.

    1. Hi Haikal, we don’t make donations to individuals but if you are interested in starting a program there in your community we can continue the conversation.

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