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Thank you for expressing interest in participating in the healing power of the ocean and adaptive surfing. Participating in these events can be a very rewarding experience.  AmpSurf™ is a non-profit organization established to Promote, Inspire, Educate and Rehabilitate (PIER™) adaptive surfing and other outdoor activities outdoor activities.

Before signing up for one of our clinics, please take a moment and read the information below;

Clinic schedule:
7:00 a.m. – Setup crew arrives
7:30 a.m. – All other volunteers arrive
7:45 a.m. – Volunteers briefing (all water staff must be present)
8:00 a.m. – Participants arrive – Meet, greet and suit up
9:00-9:30 a.m. – Dry land instruction
9:30-11:30 a.m. – In-water surf instruction
11:30-12:00 p.m. – Free surf
12:00-1:00 p.m. -Lunch and tear down

Participants are encouraged to contact AmpSurf in advance to make sure all efforts can be made to accommodate your disability. Please email surf@ampsurf.org

Participants should bring the following items:

Swim suit
Towel
Sun screen
Picture ID

What to expect at each clinic:

A lite breakfast, snacks, water, and lunch will be provided.  AmpSurf will provide a surfboard, wetsuit, and rashguard.  A  beach wheelchair is available if needed.

Clinic Reservation:

All of our events are FREE to participants!

(coming soon) This year we will be asking all participants to help support this amazing program by fundraising in their local community. within a couple weeks of signing up for an event each participant will receive a fundraising packet with everything they need to raise funds right where they live. Please help support this program and help us help you!

Sign up for clinics in California:

Participate with AmpSurf

Join AmpSurf in California as a Participant!

Become an AmpSurf Volunteer

Join AmpSurf in California as a Volunteer!

Sign up for clinics in New England and New York:

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Participate with Ampsurf

Join Ampsurf on the East Coast as a Participant!

Become an AmpSurf Volunteer

Join AmpSurf on the East Coast as a volunteer

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