Who PRTP benefits
Worthwhile causes we've supported .
In the past we have raised over £200,000 for charities including the RNLI, Whoopsadaisy, The Rocking Horse Appeal, Surf Aid, Surfers Against Sewage, The Teenage Cancer Trust, Winstons Wish, Surf Relief, Surf Action and Brighton’s Surf Lifesaving club.
Cycling Without Age
A scheme to get elder care home residents out along the coast on cycle rides.
£5000 towards staff salary
Outdoor education to engage young people who had become disengaged with mainstream education
.£5049.98 10 SUP boards plus accessories
£5000 to help fund additional respite places for young people.
£4680 to support surf club sessions for children
ISwim Brighton (an open water swimming club)
£7548.80 to provide safety kayaks, wet suits, tow floats, swim hats and training including Swim Uk First Aid at Work, Surf Life Saving GB Surf Life Guard and Beach guard and Level 2 Award in Open Water Swimming.
Brighton Surf Life Saving Club
£590 Two helmets and 1 range finder
Beach Tennis UK
£2600 to provide training including safeguarding and Beach Tennis Coaching of 4 local coaches.
£1400 to provide Student Learn to Swim Programme in partnership with Brighton University and the University of Sussex
£2000 if they match funds to provide a course to promote women’s confidence in the water.
Some Nice Feedback
Thank you so much on behalf of the whole of the South East team at Teenage Cancer Trust. This event will significantly help our South East appeal as we move towards our final year of fundraising for the first ever Teenage Cancer Trust Unit for local, young people aged 13 – 24 who are fighting cancer. THANK YOU!!
Louise Scott – Regional Appeals Executive – South East
Thank you all yet again for another fantastic effort! Please convey our thanks and admiration to the whole team for this amazing effort not only on our behalf but for the other recipients who have also benefited from their efforts.
Alan Young – Secretary Brighton Lifeboat Station
Please accept our sincere thank you for the generous donation for Chestnut Tree House, the only Children’s Hospice in Sussex that was raised at Paddle Round The Pier. We really appreciated you selecting Chestnut Tree House as one of the nominated charities and for all your hard work in organising the event.
Julliete MacPherson Community Fundraiser, Chestnut Tree House
On behalf of the whole team at Whoopsadaisy we would like to say a huge thank you for allowing us to be part of such a wonderful weekend. We all had such great fun and all the volunteers and children really enjoyed being part of the event.
The money we have received will have such a huge impact on our children so thank you once again.
Caroline Mantanle – Whoopsadaisy
A huge thanks to Paddle Round The Pier for your great support for SurfAid International which has enabled us to help save children’s lives in the remote Mentawai Islands, off the coast of Sumatra, Indonesia. One in 10 Mentawai children do not live to the age of five – which is 15 times the death rate in developed countries – and your donations have helped us to try to bridge this gap.
Kirk Willcox, SurfAid International
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