National Jandal Day is the day on which New Zealanders are urged to wear their Jandals to help raise funds for the country’s lifeguards. And it provides the Red Beach Surf Club with a golden opportunity to raise vital funds for the training of lifeguards, the purchase and maintenance of equipment and the everyday running costs of the lifesaving operation. Surf lifesaving street collectors are needed at major transport hubs, central city locations, supermarkets and shopping malls.
Because every dollar raised on the day goes straight back to the surf clubs, we are seeking the help of club members and supporters to collect. If you can assist, please contact the club’s administration officer Debra Cairns, click here.
To learn more about National Jandal Day, click here.