8 results for tag: Get Involved


Staff of the Year 2014!

One staff member at Surfing The Nations has gone above and beyond. Not only did he manage working in the Accounting Department AND Surf Outreach Department, but he also participated in two International Trips along with helping to lead our Summer Challenge program. Above all, he performed with a stellar attitude and a strong character. Lucky for him, STN recognizes hard work and commitment. We present to you Ryley Snyder as 2014 Staff of the Year!     Taken back by this award, Ryley explains, “I’m definitely super humbled because of the caliber of people I work with, and thankful for the honor from everyone as well as ...

Surf Art and the Surfer Recap

On the nights of November Friday the 21st and Saturday the 22nd, we hosted our 2nd Annual Surf Art and the Surfer Art Show. The event was lead and coordinated by our Surfers Leadership School students as a part of their class project. Between both nights, over 350 people attended to see live art and the work of artists such as Paul Forney, Mark Brown, Leanna Duncan-Wolf, and many more. It was quite an extravaganza bringing the art community to Wahiawa. On Friday night, live music was provided by the Ron Artis II band, while Streetlight Cadence performed Saturday evening. Various vendors and foodtrucks participated in the event as well.  Awareness was ...

2014 Going Big Highlights

2014 was the year we decided to "Go Big", and here's some highlights of how we achieved that!  

An Easy Way to Give Back!

This holiday season, Walmart is running a Food Pantry Holiday Makeover campaign to help food pantries across the nation refresh their facilities. The competition is run via social media and the top 75 food pantries with the most votes will receive $20,000. Funds from this campaign would allow us to continue constructing the food pantry in our Community Outreach Training Center, and all it takes is five easy steps! Go to walmart.com/holidaymakeover Scroll down to where it says VOTE TODAY! Type Hawaii in the search bar Click VOTE under Surfing The Nations Share with all your friends and REMEMBER TO VOTE EVERY 24 HOURS! (Voting ends 11:59 pm ...

An Insider’s Look At: Service Team

 Today's blog post is from our favorite Sheila, Ame Schadel. Ame came this spring from Australia to take part in our Service Team program. Service Team is a program where individuals assist with practical hands-on needs of STN such as painting, construction or service in the local community with our ongoing outreaches. The schedule and jobs are based off of the needs at STN has at the current time. It is a challenge, but the reward of living and growing in the community is unique and gratifying. Service team members must commit a minimum of one month and can stay as long as three months. Take a look at what Ame had to say about her experience: &nb...

Aloha Friday- Help us with one click!

Happy Aloha Friday! We are amazed at how businesses and individuals are coming alongside charities to help further the life-changing programs they offer. Chase is one of those incredibly generous businesses and they are choosing charities that will share $2.5 million in grants. We would love to be one of the recipients that can use those resources to further humanitarian work in the community and worldwide. (more…)

Give Aloha revised!

If you are a Hawaii resident and you shop at Foodland, the Give Aloha gift matching program is an easy way to contribute to the work of Surfing the Nations. At the checkout, you may pick the Hawaii non-profit charity of your choice to make a donation of up to $249, and Foodland will match that donation.* Simple! Just let them know you are donating to Surfing the Nations, ID number 78555. For more details visit: http://www.foodland.com/our-community/give-aloha Thank you for helping us bring positive change and hope to communities here and across the globe! *PLEASE NOTE: Whoops! We weren't completely accurate in our information on the give aloha ...

GIVE 2012: Be a History Maker

To really bring about radical change, one must have a certain percentage of courage. Most world-changers in history looked like fools in the world's eyes. Many people can see where there is need for transformation, but not so many are willing to take action to set change in motion. This year, join us in our GIVE 2012 campaign by being your creative self! Between December 1st and January 31st our goal is to raise $20,012 towards the remodel of a broken down brothel in to a thriving outreach training center, which will house our weekly social programs serving the community of Wahiawa, Hawaii. Our property storefronts located in Wahiawa are ...