The Quiksilver Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to benefiting and enhancing the quality of life for communities of board riders across Australia by supporting selected environmental, educational, health and youth-related projects.


PROJECTS


2016 QUIKSILVER SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGE



The Quiksilver Foundation, in conjunction with Plastic Bag Free Torquay, is pleased to launch the 2016 Quiksilver Sustainability Challenge!


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TORQUAY 8TH ANNUAL REVEGETATION DAY



In September 2015 Quiksilver in collaboration with Torquay Landcare, held their 8th annual Revegetation Day. This year the focus was on the Spring Creek region in Torquay.


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SURF FOR LIFE: NORTH STRADBROKE



Join the kids frothing out on North Straddie in the Surf For Life Project.


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SURF FOR LIFE: COFFS COAST



On the 9th May 2015 a group of 89 children supported St Vincent de Paul North Coast Settlement Services in New South Wales took to the ocean at Woolgoolga for a specially organised VEGEMITE SurfGroms program under the Surf for Life Project.


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QUIKSILVER'S SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGE 2015



The Quiksilver Sustainability Challenge is for students from Prep to Grade 6 from Torquay College Primary School, Bellbrae Primary School and St Therese Primary School.


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SURF FOR LIFE - KOOKABURRA KIDS FOUNDATION PROGRAM VEGEMITE SURFGROMS



The third program under the ‘Surf For Life Project’ ran successfully in Cronulla NSW in April.


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SURF FOR LIFE PROJECT - MISSION AUSTRALIA PROGRAM / VEGEMITE SURFGROMS



The fourth program under the ‘Surf For Life Project’ was completed successfully in Forster in April.


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VEGEMITE SURFGROMS ROADTRIP TO WILCANNIA



A group of Indigenous children from remote, outback Australia recently felt sand in their feet, swam in the ocean for the first time and hung out with two-time World Champion Tom Carroll.


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QUIKSILVER REVEGETATION DAY 2013



Quiksilver, in collaboration with LandCare held their annual Revegetation Day last Friday: the focus was the Spring Creek. This area is increasingly surrounded by urban development along with a range of recreational activities.


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