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SurfAid Launches New Website

Published: Tue 8 Mar 2011 08:39 PM
SurfAid Launches New Website
Non-profit humanitarian organisation, SurfAid International, today announced the launch of their new website surfaidinternational.org
SurfAid is now into its 12th year of work in the remote island chain off Sumatra, Indonesia, after being started by a group of concerned surfers in 2000.
The new website includes details of all SurfAid’s programs plus blogs, video links and high quality photos from their field work.
The site also outlines how you can take action to support SurfAid.
You can also subscribe to receive email updates on SurfAid news and join their Facebook, Twitter and Vimeo accounts.
The site was built in collaboration with Kirrily Dear and her team at Eyes Wide Open, a leading strategy, marketing and management consultancy.

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