CONTACT OUR CHAPTER
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
To become a member you can sign up securely online here.
Remember, you don’t have to be a member to get involved.
We need people like you who want to make sure our oceans, waves and beaches are protected and preserved for generations to come. Sign up for a Surfrider Foundation membership, or renew your existing membership and make a difference for our oceans, waves and beaches.
All Surfrider Foundation members receive the following benefits:
- 1 year’s worth (6 issues) of Surfrider’s award-winning publication, Making Waves
- 20% discount at SWELL.com
- 2 Surfrider Membership Stickers
- Surfrider Chapter contact and volunteer information
—OTHER WAYS TO GET INVOLVED: —–
1. SIGN UP FOR OUR E-MAIL LIST
Click here to sign up for our e-mail newsletter so you can keep up-to-date on upcoming events, meetings, and anything else that’s going on.
2. COME TO A MEETING
Everyone is welcome, and this is a great way to see what is going on. Meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month at Lululemon in Georgetown at 7pm. We discuss past and upcoming events, ongoing issues, campaigns, and it’s a chance for you to share your own ideas and get together with like-minded surfers and water enthusiasts. All are welcome to come by and introduce themselves. Click here for more information about the meetings.
3. VOLUNTEER AT AN EVENT
The DC Chapter hosts clean-ups, movie nights, lectures, meetings, beach gatherings, and much more. There is always something going on, and we’re always looking for people to help out with events and programs. And if you have ideas to make events better, we want to hear from you. You can email email@example.com and Here’s our calendar of events.
4. GATHER INFORMATION
We are always trying to keep up to date with the latest information about regional and national issues. Maybe it’s a questionable environmental bill going through Congress, or news of a municipal sewer flowing into a small creek. Whatever issues arise, we’d like to hear about it. You can be our eyes and ears and put the spotlight on water quality problems and/or solutions. You can go to our message board and get the word out, or e-mail us with the news.