From Santa Barbara to San Diego, a new fundraising endeavor hopes to 'blow skin cancer out of the water'. Several agencies from Calif Surfing Lifesaving Association started the SoCal Paddledown Lefeguard for Cancer Relay last summer to raise awareness for skin cancer.

"We started in an effort to basically create an event in which we could include all the lifeguards throughout California, in an event that would help fuel fundraising for whatever charitable cause we felt passionate about said Jorge Sifontes Lifeguard & Founder.

The goal of the 250 mile stretch is to raise $25,000 for the John Wayne Cancer Foundation.

 

 

om Santa Barbara to San Diego, a new fundraising endeavor hopes to blow skin cancer out of the water.

Several agencies from the California Surf Lifesaving Association started the The SoCal PaddleDown Lifeguard for Cancer Relay last summer to raise awareness for skin cancer.

“We started in an effort to basically create an event in which we could include all the lifeguards throughout Southern California, an event that would fuel to fundraise for whatever charitable cause that we all felt passionate about while also kind of being able to unite us in some sort of uniting event,” said Jorge Sifontes, a Point Mugu lifeguard who created the fundraiser.

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From Santa Barbara to San Diego, a new fundraising endeavor hopes to blow skin cancer out of the water.

Several agencies from the California Surf Lifesaving Association started the The SoCal PaddleDown Lifeguard for Cancer Relay last summer to raise awareness for skin cancer.

- See more at: http://www.malibusurfsidenews.com/socal-lifeguards-paddle-through-malibu-raise-funds#sthash.SNIgIZcy.dpuf