Charity on the crest of the wave as bathrobe company steps up support

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18:00 15 February 2022



Outdoor clothing pioneers, dryrobe®, are extending their partnership with The Wave Project and stepping up their support for the charity’s incredible work helping vulnerable young people through surfing.

With this increased support, dryrobe® will make a significant contribution to projects that help vulnerable inner-city youth experience the benefits of surf therapy. Much of this funding will be used to support the Wave Project program in London, giving vulnerable young people, who may not have regular access to the sea, the opportunity to experience the therapeutic benefits of surfing.

The partnership will continue to see dryrobe® support Wave Project sessions across the country, keeping attendees warm, comfortable and happy while enjoying their time on the beach and learning to surf.

A limited edition dryrobe® Advance Wave Project replacement robe is also available to purchase online at dryrobe.com – with 100% of proceeds going to charity to support the incredible work they do.

The Wave Project started in 2010 as an NHS-funded voluntary group in Cornwall, with the aim of using volunteers to provide one-on-one surfing lessons to young people with mental health issues to get them out, exercise and feel more confident. This first project achieved remarkable results.

Joe Taylor, Founder and CEO of Wave Project, said: “We are thrilled to continue our partnership with dryrobe®, their products help keep young surfers warm and dry during our surf therapy lessons. Thanks to the support of dryrobe, our 2021 surf lessons in London were a fantastic success and we look forward to working with many more young people in 2022!

Gideon Bright, Founder and Director of dryrobe®, said, “We are delighted to extend our partnership with The Wave Project and support the incredible work they are doing. We share the same values ​​of time spent outdoors, keeping fit and enjoying the great outdoors.

For more information about The Wave Project and how you can get involved to support their work, go to www.waveproject.co.uk


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dryrobe and The Wave Project

dryrobe and The Wave Project
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