We collect old surfboards
We repair and donate to those in need
We act for a better future
Despite the good vibes and the unconditional love for the ocean, surfing is far from being environmentally friendly.
Got an old broken board? Just donate it to Paddle-paddle. We will decide if it is worth being recycled or repaired.
With the help from local actors, we use surfing to raise awareness on social and environmental topics.
We help the youth to build a solid foundation for a better future by hosting workshops and events to promote arts, music and photography.
Culture and art were created to tell stories and change people's perception on life (usually for the better). Because it helps to create a smarter future, we decided to include paint, music, photography, and video as the third priority in our mission.
October 24th-27th 2019
Location: somewhere along the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta
April 7th to 9th 2019
Location: Rabat & Ain Sebaâ (Casablanca)
November 18th 2018
Location: Nambung beach area
Even if broken in half, because we can recycle it and you probably can't.
Fins, leashes, but also wax, boardshorts, wetsuits and sunscreen.
Because we only go to remote locations, transportation costs a lot of money. We definitely need help on this part.
During the planning for our project in Sri Lanka, we needed a doctor who was ready to join us and achieve the goals we had set. The project was to help Sea Sisters, an organisation which helps Sri Lankan women to emancipate themselves through surfing and swimming. Not only did we bring swimming equipment, we also […]
The origin of Costeño social is a group of friends, whose passion of surfing and their love of the region have brought them together. But its especially about Juan, a sports teacher and education associate. This association, located in North Colombia between the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta and the Caribbean Sea, gives lessons to […]
Our questions to Felipe, founder of Seek Surf and Paddle-paddle’s partner in Colombia. Originally from Colombia’s coffee hills in Perreira, Felipe spent his teenage years by the beaches of New Jersey where he learned how to surf. At age 23, he returned to his home country where he decided to develop a tourism project related […]