Stoke for Life Harbor to Harbor Ocean Challenge | Nov. 11

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Harbor to Harbor Fundraising Paddle

Stoke for Life is bringing awareness to adaptive watersports by attempting a long distance adaptive paddle from Dana Point Harbor to Oceanside Harbor. The goal is to raise funds for adaptive boards, beach wheelchairs, beach mats, and other essential equipment needed for Stoke for Life to reach their goals.

The first annual "Stoke for Life Harbor to Harbor Ocean Challenge" will take place on November 11th, 2016 where Charles Webb will attempt to paddle over 22 miles of open ocean to raise funds and awareness for adaptive watersports. A team of experienced watermen including Brennan Rose and long distance paddler Shane Perin will accompany Webb as he embarks on the long distance adaptive paddle. Safety boat "Back Stabber" and its captain–Ian Tucker–will be setting the course and making sure the Stoke for Life team members are safe on their journey.

Their goal to raise $30,000 before the end of 2016 for adaptive equipment. To support this event, they are accepting donations and need help to complete their mission. Plus as an added incentive, corporations that donate $1,000 will get a "A Day of Stoke" from the Stoke for Life Foundation.

It’s expected to be an inspiring event and more info can be found on their website.