By joining the Surfrider Foundation, you can help ensure a better future for our irreplaceable coastline and precious coastal resources. Your membership helps Surfrider Foundation continue to be an advocate for our oceans, waves and beaches. Become a Surfrider Foundation member today!
As a member, you will receive our chapter newsletter which provides vital information on important coastal issues affecting your local beach. You will also receive our weekly online publication SOUP and our bi-monthly publication Making Waves, which are focused on our campaigns, programs and initiatives around the world. Finally, as an active member you are entitled to discounts and special offers from a growing list of sponsors (see below). Above all, you will be making a positive difference in the future of our oceans, waves and beaches that nourish our lives each and everyday.
In addition to helping a worthy cause, members receive 20% off at swell.com, 20% off all online purchases of GoodOnYa Bars, 10% at the GoodOnYa Deli, 10% off at all Bare Back Grill locations, 10% off at Napizza and 10% off all Mermaid Shelly products. Members must present a valid membership card at the time of purchase to receive these discounts.
There are several ways to become a member:
* Visit the national website.
* Call 1-800-743-SURF.
* Purchase a membership from your local chapter.
All memberships (except lifetime) are annual.
The money raised by the San Diego County Chapter will go towards local programs such as beach cleanups, water quality testing, education, outreach, advocacy and other chapter needs.
The Surfrider Foundation has an estimated 250,000 members, supporters and activists. Growing our membership base provides Surfrider Foundation with the opportunity to educate individuals and communities about their role as stewards for our coastal and marine environments. Growing our grassroots structure is critical to our mission and our annual membership drive is a perfect opportunity to reach new members and educate people about the important work of the Surfrider Foundation.