Send Levi Stewart to the World Surfing Games
Levi has been called up to represent New Zealand at the World Surfing Games in Japan in September this year.Bay of Plenty
As you hopefully all aware, Levi Stewart has been called out of reserves to represent New Zealand at the World Surfing Games in Japan in September this year.
Levi has worked so hard to achieve this and his mum has been his biggest supporter and has worked tirelessly to send him to all the competitions to further his dream of representing New Zealand on the world stage.
Levi is one of the nicest guys I know, he grew up with my son, he has a huge heart, and is honest and hardworking. He donates his time and attends Surfers Healing regularly which is an amazing worthy cause. He has overcome physical injuries and come back to surfing better than ever.
Please dig deep and lets get the funds together, whatever you can donate is great, it all adds up. Any extra funds can be used to send him to the next events, he has a few events in Australia to attend later in the year. As you all know sports at this level is expensive and currently Levi doesn't have any major sponsorship to help with this. I'm sure this will change soon and big boys will be fighting over him.
Lisa Roberts' involvement
This Givealittle page has been created to help send Levi represent New Zealand at the World Surfing Games in Japan in September (15 to 22). All funds donated I will make sure gets donated directly to Levis account, but as time is very short to raise these funds. I have used my own account.
Use of funds
We need to raise funds for his air tickets, transfers, food and expenses. Surfing NZ have paid for the entry fee and accommodation.
Any extra funds will go towards the next surfing events in Australia in the next few months.
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