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Sustainable phone case brand partners with North East surfing charity


Sustainable phone case brand, Wave, has partnered with surfing charity The Wave Project in a bid to raise money to help the charity continue its work.

The collaboration will see 10 per cent of revenue generated from the brand’s ‘turtle’ phone case donated to the North East charity. 

Founded in 2010, The Wave Project has over 1,600 volunteers and has helped over 2,000 young people who have been diagnosed with mental health disorders. With locations across the UK, including the North East, the project aims to improve the wellbeing of children and young adults through the power of surfing.

Ross Longhorn, founder of Wave, said: “The work The Wave Project does is admirable, and as a North East based company, we want to give back to those who have helped children in our local community. This is our way to say thank you to each and every [volunteer] and to contribute to the continued success of the amazing work The Wave Project does.”

Emma Cowley, trusts & corporate fundraising officer from The Wave Project comments: “We’re stoked to have the support from Wave with their latest turtle phone case collaboration. The donation we’ll receive from this partnership will go towards our vital Surf Therapy, which is provided to over 2,000 children and young people each year, helping to improve their self-esteem, confidence, and resilience.”

All of Wave’s phone cases are plastic-free and are made from biodegradable materials. Compatible with wireless charging options, the cases go through rigorous safety measures, including Military Grade Drop Testing and feature a 2mm raised lip for added screen and camera protection.

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