08 Apr 2016

Byron Bay, surfing, club, Australia, event, resort latitude zero

Thank you once again for helping us out last year. With your help we were able to donate $2000 at the presentation to Mitch Bamping a former Suffolk Park local who became a quadriplegic after being hit by a truck in Bali.


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Last Saturday night his mum Donna organised a fund raiser at the local footy club and it was great to see so many young people turning up to support Mitchell so that he can afford his rehab journey. I was stoked to be able to turn up on behalf of the boardriders club and donate another $2000 to Mitchells cause.

As you may know last years Mango trip went up for auction and attracted quite a few bids before selling at $3,600.

Your support is a big help to our club and we are hoping you can come on board again this year.


– Freddo


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