Because we at TribeFit OC believe strongly in supporting our community, we’re making it easy for you to do this too. “Painless Giving” means that we contribute a hyper-local charity every time you do something you’re going to do anyway.
Below is our current list of charitable partners. They’ve been selected based on our passions and the different ways they support OC families and improve awareness of our OC ecosystem. We will inevitably grow this list, so if there’s an organization you would like us to consider, please let us know in the contact form below.
Surf and Turf Therapy is a 501c3 nonprofit organization committed to bettering lives through alternative therapeutic activities. Physical, occupational and speech therapy services are offered with licensed medical professionals to target traditional, functional goals using non-traditional approaches, including surfing, horseback riding, and community-based activities. The focus of treatment is to improve daily life skills, such as walking, postural alignment, talking, and writing, rather than simply teaching individuals how to surf or ride. Patients of all abilities are welcome, with current diagnoses including, but not limited to, autism, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, spinal cord injury, dementia, speech delays, Angelman’s syndrome, and multiple sclerosis. Services are offered to our community on a sliding scale so that everyone can have access to treatment, regardless of financial means. Donations support our scholarship fund, as well as equine care and maintaining or replacing surf equipment to ensure treatments are both safe and effective.
Miracles for Kids is one of the only organizations on the West Coast that provides monthly financial assistance, subsidized housing, mental health services, and wellness activities to families with a critically-ill child. The services help create stability when families crumble from the financial and emotional devastation of fighting for their child’s life. Founded in 2002, Miracles for Kids has a main office in Irvine, CA, and a subsidized housing complex, Miracle Manor, in Orange, CA.