Join us at the 2017 CVIS' SURF'S UP FOR SCHOLARSHIPS SURF A THON!
WHAT IS SURF A THON?
It's a rad, community wide surf party where your surfing can earn valuable sponsorship dollars for Sayultia based, Costa Verde International School's scholarship program. Select CREATE A PAGE to sign up to surf and make your own custom fundraising page. Next, get your family, friends, and local businesses to sponsor you! Go head to head with your friends to see who can raise the most money for CVIS!
WHEN IS THE SURF A THON?
The surf event takes place Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 9 AM to 1 PM at Sayulita's main break. All ages and abilities are welcome!
Make sure to stay on for the after party from 1PM to 3PM on the beach!
A HUGE THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS:
Hurley, Eco Warrior, Victory, Hobbie, Litigoo, Ramos Shapes, Sayulita Jr. SUP team,Toes on the Noes,
James Pribram, Dina Horo and Darren Hammereudaly!
The McEntyre family will be participating in their 3rd annual surf-a-thin this year! We are all feeling excited about getting out in the water to support such a wonderful cause.
Costa Verde International School (CVIS) is an ecological, community-oriented, multicultural and bilingual private school located in Sayulita, Nayarit, Mexico.
Costa Verde International School relies on the generous donations to bring an alternative education choice and environmental awareness programs to the people of Sayulita and the surrounding area. The scholarship program is 100% funded by donations and it can only exist with your help. Thank you!
Over 40% of our students benefit from this scholarship program and it allows for all our children to have the best possible opportunities for their future by placing a large emphasis on education.
CVIS is only one part of a larger project to bring the world to Sayulita and provide a location to share knowledge and ideas about living sustainably, understanding customs and cultures from around the world, and educating community members about the need to protect our environment. The school is a resource to disseminate information to families and the community about the challenges of development that are not unique to Sayulita as it grows into a desirable travel destination.