Warrior Surf Foundation raffling off surfboards for veterans at annual auction this Sat. Aug. 24

Surf's up for charity


[embed-1] The Warrior Surf Foundation holds its third annual Charity Surfboard Raffle and Auction on Sat. Aug. 24 from 5 to 10 p.m. at Bohemian Bull on Folly Road. Raffle ticket sales close tonight, Fri. Aug. 23 at 9 p.m. so snag ’em soon.

The foundation has partnered with Bohemian Bull to put on the annual event. The purchase of a raffle ticket gives guests access to free food, beer, and music.

The raffle prizes include a surfboard or paddle board as well as a signed Jimmy Buffet surfboard.  [content-1]
All donations go to the Warrior Surf Foundation which provides free surfing programs to veterans. The foundation promotes surf therapy as a way of aiding veterans’ mental and physical health.

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