Surfing Madonna Special Needs Surf Camp. SURFING MADONNA EVENTS UPDATE: SHOCKING!!! The Surfing Madonna Oceans Project is extremely thankful to work with so many wonderful people each summer. These kiddos, parents, volunteers and surf instructors are some of the most amazing people we've ever met. 2017_09_16 Surfing Madonna Foundation - Surf Camp Photos . 2017_08_05 Surfing Madonna Surf Camp Camp Dates are July 19, August 9, August 23 and September 6 at La Jolla Shores – north of Tower 33 from 9-11am. Despite all of this drama, the Surfing Madonna’s half marathon is still scheduled to be in Encinitas on Sunday March 29. They are also asking City Council to deny Surfing Madonna from all … Surfing Madonna Mural, Non-Profit it Inspired Could Leave Encinitas By Lauren Coronado • Published February 7, 2020 • Updated on February 9, 2020 at 10:59 am NBCUniversal, Inc. To date we've introduced over 1,200 families to the healing powers of the ocean. On our site, reader Jim Ricker resented the dichotomy in the debate as a “fight between people with artistic sensibility and those who don’t appreciate art.” 2017_09_16 Surfing Madonna Surf Camp . The Encinitas City Manag... er (Karen Brust), Parks & Recreation Department (Jennifer Campbell & Crystal Roff) and Encinitas Lifeguard Captain (Larry Giles) are asking City Council to let them take over our running events AND our surf camp for children with special needs. Mission: The Surfing Madonna Oceans Project is dedicated to bringing the community together to “Save the Ocean” and protect our coastline.Through youth education programs, ocean conservation grants, marine mammal rescue/recovery initiatives and helping our underserved population experience the healing power of the ocean, we are helping to expand this community of ocean advocates. Surfing Madonna Foundation Surf Camp; 2019 Surf Camp Surfing Madonna Foundation A local non-profit, Surfing Madonna Oceans Project (mission: to fund local community projects that benefit ocean conservation awareness in San Diego) is funding a Summer Surf Camp for children with special needs. The “Surfing Madonna” ordeal is, I think, a microcosm of the debate over the intersection of civic rules and art.