Our founder, Lizzie Murray, was invited to be a member of the panel for the Surf Conservation Partnership's Online Event.
Due to Corona Virus, the SCP decided to hold their fund-raising event online reaching a virtual audience.
Lizzie was invited to speak about A Liquid Future and our educational syllabus assisting youth in remote coastal communities with surfing playing a key role. Highlighted was the inspiring story of Nidar and Fuji, two of ALF's first female students in 2015 at the centre in Mapadegat, Mentawai who are now set to become the leaders of programmes there, sharing with their communities the skills and experience they have after following our syllabus.
The event was a great success bringing in significant funding to the SCP, perhaps to some degree an illustration of the heightened awareness CoVid has brought for the need to rewild our planet, save and increase biodiversity and spread conservation skills.