Made for More has 11 incredible people heading to California for the Para Surfing Championships this December, and this is how we can support them.
Durban, South Africa (07 September 2021) – ‘Made for More’ is a Non-Profit Company and a Public Benefit Organisation that aims to include, empower and equip people with disabilities through sport and mental health programmes.
‘Made for More’ uses sport as a vehicle to drive hope, build relationships, and instil morals and values while equipping and giving athletes the opportunity to pursue their sporting careers provincially and on a national level.
The organisation promotes surfing for people with disabilities, and it is one of their most successful campaigns. So much so that several of their programme participants have been selected for the South African para surfing team.
- Sabelo Ngema
- Tracy Lee McKay
- David Williams
- Douglas Hendrikz
- James Sinclair
- Oliver Sinclair
- Alulutho Tshoba
- Erynn Geddie
- Erika Hendrikz (Manager)
- Scott Messenger (Coach)
- Yvonne Messenger (Coach)
The team will be travelling to Pismo Beach, California, USA, for the World Para Surfing Championships on the 7th-11th of December.
“We are so proud of the bravery, hard work and dedication put in by all of our Adaptive Surfing crew to get to this place. We know you’ll fly the South Africa flag with pride as you represent our country!
A big congratulations to the rest of the team from Cape Town and East London; Daniel Nel, Caleb Swanepoel, Michelle Macfarlane, Noluthando Maka Imie Makalima, Jean-Paul Veaudry and Team Physio Helen Millson. We have such a SOLID team, and we truly believe that this is our year for a podium finish!!!”
A crowdfund has been launched to support all those going to the event in December. You can support them here.
“If you’d like to financially support our athletes or any one athlete in particular, please contact us. We do issue tax 18A certificates and have launched a “Given Gain” crowdfunding platform to help our crew”
Made for More continues to support people with disabilities. Should you wish to support their efforts, you can find more information here.