WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, NC (WWAY) — A local surf charity is in its 11th season of giving back to the community and there’s still opportunities to get involved!
IndoJax Surf Charities work to teach special needs children how to surf. From camps for blind children to camps for those battling childhood cancer, there’s something for everyone.
“It’s an incredible journey to witness how surfing and the ocean can change the lives of others for the better,” founder and director Jack Viorel said.
According to a release, IndoJax has empowered more than 5,000 children facing a variety of challenges. Viorel said one of the biggest takeaways from camp is a boost in confidence.
The charity is offering eleven camps camps free of charge this summer. All camps except for three are held in Wrightsville Beach.
Registration is now open. Spots are limited; however, Viorel said IndoJax works to accommodate everyone.
To learn more about the camps or to register, click here.