The 24 CLIF Team
Our job is to stand in the gap. Fill that void with love, compassion and our ability to GO when our friends can’t. This is what the 24 is all about.
Two years ago, Troy Nebeker started "Monster and Sea" where a team of six in Seattle paddled for 24 hours to raise funds for families dealing with the chaos of Cancer. They set a modest goal of $5000. Thanks to the kindness and generosity of their community they blew past their goal and raised over $7000. Seven envelopes stuffed with cash, seven families with a small breath of fresh air.
Here is the amazing part of it all. Their team of six paddled with smiles the entire time. Why? - Knowing what the end goal was - and also being surrounded by paddlers who came out to cheer them on and keep them going. Please come out and join us this year - it is an experience you won’t forget.
Fast forward to now - The CLIF Team is jumping in to help. What cancer can’t touch is our spirit, our drive and our will to live every day to its fullest potential. On April 15th at 8 a.m we will be on the water - paddling to stand in that gap. The exciting part - YOU have the ability to join us for as much of our paddle adventure as you like. We will be releasing a course map with estimated times and locations where each team member will be paddling. We would love to have our amazing paddling community come out and join us! Prone paddlers, SUP, OC1, kayakers, surfers... all are welcome to join in the adventure!
A community of people giving back in a very grass roots way. Our goal is a simple one - Live life to fullest and inspire others to do the same.
Mark your calendar for April 15th 8 a.m as we start this adventure. As one person it is difficult to make a difference - but as a community? Well, that’s where it gets good.
Thank you so much for your support!