Gold Coast, Queensland – eFoilgc, a leading provider of electric hydrofoils and water sports equipment is excited to announce a new collaboration with What Disability Charity, a non-profit organization that works towards making sports and recreational activities more accessible for people with disabilities.
As part of this collaboration, eFoilgc and What Disability Charity will work together to promote accessibility in water sports, particularly in electric hydrofoil surfing. The partnership aims to create awareness and provide support for individuals with disabilities who are interested in trying out electric hydrofoil surfing.
“We are thrilled to partner with What Disability Charity to promote accessibility in water sports,” said Vasco Vellez, CEO and Founder of eFoilgc. “We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to experience the thrill and excitement of riding water craft and even surfing, and our electric Hydrofoils make that possible for individuals with disabilities.”
As part of the collaboration, eFoilgc will provide special training and support for individuals with disabilities who are interested in using electric hydrofoil surfboards. The company will also work with What Disability Charity to organize events and activities that promote water sports accessibility and inclusivity.
“We are excited to partner with eFoilgc and work towards our shared goal of promoting accessibility in water sports,” said Andrew Hensen, Founder of What Disability Charity. “We believe that this collaboration will not only help us reach out to more people with disabilities but also create a more inclusive community for everyone.”
The collaboration between eFoilgc and What Disability Charity is expected to start in the coming weeks, with plans to organize events and activities in different locations across the country.
Efoilgc is a leading provider of electric hydrofoil (eFoils), Hydrofoil equipment for Surf / Wing and Kitesurf Foiling sports as well as Electric Jetboards, offering a range of products designed for both beginners and experienced riders. The company’s mission is to make water sports more accessible, exciting, and eco-friendly through the use of electric equipment.
What Disability Charity is a non-profit organization that works towards promoting accessibility and inclusivity in sports and recreational activities for people with disabilities. The organization aims to create a community where everyone can participate in sports, regardless of their physical abilities.
Vasco Vellez, eFoilgc, 0420363443, email@example.com
Andrew Hensen, What Disability Charity 0424775777, firstname.lastname@example.org