TAG Heuer has backed a children’s surfing initiative in Hawaii to teach youngster ocean safety.
Kai Lenny, the American surfer, windsurfer, kite surfer, and six-time World Stand-Up Paddle Champion on the planet’s largest waves, organised a charity day based around surfing for and with children, with his +Positively Kai Foundation.
The aim of the day was to raise US $10,000 for the N? Kama Kai (Children of the Sea) foundation.
Lenny began the day by taking a group of children to Waikiki Beach for surfing lessons.
H +Positively Kai foundation was created in 2015 to support a selection of foundations each year which have been set up to increase respect for the ocean and environment amongst young people and raise their awareness of safety issues, of which N? Kama Kai is one.
TAG Heuer, and fellow sponsor DFS, made a donation of US $10,000, which will go directly to future actions aimed at children in the archipelago.
The day ended up at the T Galleria Waikiki for a Hawaiian cocktail-themed evening attended by more than 100 guests.