Give access to
Mental health services are under-resourced and stigmatised in communities.
Can you sponsor a child’s Surf Therapy Session?
R150 for One Session
R600 for Four Sessions (one child’s access for a month)
R6,000 for Forty Sessions (one child’s access for a year)
Your donation will ensure that children have safe access to a Waves for Change surf therapy beach hub and child-friendly mental health services. We accept all monetary donations except physical cash.
Your ripples can make waves
We rely on grants and donations to deliver our services. Join us and become a part of a movement to ensure at-risk children can access mental health services through surfing.
Consider a monthly contribution that makes your giving sustainable and helps us to plan for tomorrow.
Luxolo, Mentor, Waves for Change
Waves for change taught me to be independent and have hope for tomorrow. If I fall I know that I can rise again. Life is full of challenges, but I should not give up!
Zilungile, Mentor, Waves for Change
I thought W4C was about surfing, not knowing it’s a life changing opportunity. It isn’t about the kids only, it’s about everyone, coaches, kids and bringing back to the community.
Nkuja, Mentor, Waves for Change
When I first learned to stand on a surfboard, I felt like I was on top of the world because I am walking on water. I ended up taking surfing as my coping skill because every time I am in the water, I take the waves as the obstacles that I go through.
Fura, Mentor, Waves for Change
Waves for Change had a big role in facilitating racial inclusion and diversity at the beach. When I started surfing as a child, there were hardly any black people, and it was mostly men. Now, everyone surfs, especially women. Words that describe W4C for me – Freedom. Peace. Love. Care.
Keenan, Mentor, Waves for Change
Much like a butterfly changing is inevitable, Waves for Change has allowed me to break free from my cocoon and hatch into a beautiful butterfly with new skills for wings and qualities for antennas.