British-based Surfers Against Sewage have been doing fantastic work over the past three decades in raising awareness for the problems our oceans face with pollution, but since the Royal Wedding selected SAS as one of their seven chosen charities earlier this year, the Cornwall-based charity has seen a 178% spike in membership figures since last year.
The newly wed Royal couple selected seven charities close to their heart, and by selecting SAS as one of those charities its meant a huge uptick in the number of members, with a great number of new members now coming from abroad. To thank Prince Harry & Meghan for their support, Surfers Against Sewage commissioned a 30 ft piece of sand art on Lusty Glaze beach in Cornwall, and a traditional unique wooden bellyboard made from local wood by local Cornish artisan James Otter.
If you would like to make a donation to Surfers Against Sewage, you can do so via PayPal (link below also), via our website donate pages, by giving us a call on 01872 553001 (normal office hours) or by sending a cheque to ‘Surfers Against Sewage’, Unit 2 Wheal Kitty, St Agnes, Cornwall, TR5 0RD. We really appreciate your support.