Posted: Wednesday, Sep 9th, 2015
A WALK ON WATER, sharing the therapeutic powers of the ocean from Haole our Ambassadog
A WALK ON WATER, sharing the therapeutic powers of the ocean
By HaoleSummer has left us, but you wouldn’t know it here in Ventura. Sunny,warm,70 degree water….who could ask for more? I’ve had a busy couple of months, and now finishing up my contest circuit this month.
I’d like to bring your attention to a wonderful organization that I have had the privilege & honor to participate with here at C-St. They are: A Walk on Water. A Walk on Water provides surf therapy to special needs children. The happiness that it brings to these kids & their families is heartwarming. Please check out this non-profit organization, they can use all the support & donations that we can offer. You can find A Walk on Water at: awalkonwater.org, on Instagram @awalkonwater, and Twitter @awalkonwater1. If nothing else, you need to witness one of their events. It is top notch! A Walk on Water provides unlimited surf sessions, lunch, and merchandise. They always have an enormous amount of volunteers to aid in safety in and out of the water. So if you would enjoy volunteering be sure to sign up online.
The exciting part for me, other than being in the line-up with these kids, is having them remember the “surf-dog” and giving me lots of hugs and love.
The exciting part for me, other than being in the line-up with these kids, is having them remember the “surf-dog” and giving me lots of hugs and love. This is just one more special part of Ventura and the ocean……bringing therapy and everlasting memories.
A WALK ON WATER – C-STREET VENTURA – AUGUST 2015 from A Walk On Water on Vimeo.
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