Charleston run benefits Veterans + the Warrior Surf Foundation

Stride the Wave 5k aims to help Veterans by donating funds to the Warrior Surf Foundation.

The photo shows a person in the ocean sitting on a surfboard in a red shirt.

The WSF’s surf therapy program provides Veterans switch free surf therapy, yoga, and wellness classes.

Photo by Warrior Surf Foundation

Running for a reason. Next month, runners, joggers, and walkers will head to James Island County Park for the Stride the Wave 5k, a run that benefits the Warrior Surf Foundation (WSF).

Money raised will go towards the WSF’s surf therapy program, which provides Veterans struggling with PTSD and other mental health challenges free surf therapy, yoga, and wellness classes.

Run details

Date: Sunday, April 21
Check-in and T-shirt pickup: 8 a.m.
Race time: 9 a.m.
Where: James Island County Park
Park entry fee: $2 for everyone over the age of two.

Registration is open. Adults will pay $40, it will cost Warrior Surf Alumni $30, and registration for kids is $15.

Pro tip: Register before Sunday, March 31 to receive a T-shirt.

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