Posted In Events by admin Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Slightly Stoopid 4/20 Show - Japan Disaster Relief Benefit!

Slightly Stoopid's 4/20 show will benefit Japan Disaster Relief! More info:

Posted In Events by admin Thursday, April 07, 2011

Surf Industry Night / Japan Disaster Relief Fundraiser

Posted In Environment by admin Thursday, March 24, 2011

Henry Rollins and A Drop In The Bucket

World Water Day was 3/22 and Henry Rollins, legendary punk rocker and human rights activist, put out this PSA to bring awareness to World Water Day and the A Drop In The Bucket Foundation.

This is a great cause, help spread the message!

Posted In Events by admin Monday, March 21, 2011

Rise Up! Disaster Relief Tee

Sector 9 is proud to offer up our Rise Up! Disaster Relief Tee. 100% of the proceeds from the sale of each tee will be donated to the American Red Cross and their efforts to support Japan's disaster relief. Additionally, $1 from every regular Sector 9 tee sale will also be donated to the same Red Cross fund. Join us in supporting those who need it most.

Posted In Environment by admin Thursday, March 03, 2011

Why Drive?

Save the planet and some cash. Skate when you can.

Posted In Environment by admin Thursday, February 03, 2011

Claire Bevilacqua - '7 Ways in 7 Days' A simple, user friendly approach to making a positive difference to your carbon footprint and impact on Earth. Go natural and bring it back to neutral! — By Claire Bevilacqua

Posted In Good Causes that Deserve Applauses by admin Monday, January 17, 2011


The inspiration for Walu International began when founder Zack Parker traveled to Lido, Papua New Guinea on a surf trip in November of 2007. Zack and his best friend Taylor, whom he was traveling with, had no way of contacting anyone in the village prior to their arrival and so arrived unannounced. They were greeted warmly and immediately brought into the home of a kind family. For a small fee the family provided them with food, laundry, and shelter. Zack and Taylor were the only tourists in Lido for the next 5 weeks. Throughout their stay, Zack was struck by Papua New Guinea's natural beauty and the extreme generosity and kindness of the native people. However, he was also dismayed by the lack of sanitation and prevalence of illness. People were sick, children were dying, and the community had no means by which to better their troubling situation. The villagers drank stagnant rainwater out of large, open containers, and used the beach as their toilet. This same beach was where the children played and the women fished. Zack and Taylor were originally in search of perfect and isolated surf, but ended up finding an impoverished village greatly in need of help and guidance. Today Walu International is helping spread knowledge about sanitation, health, surfing, and smiles all across the world!  Sector 9 is proud to be a supporter of such an incredible foundation.

Where's Walu?- A Walu International documentary by Surface Cinema from Walu International on Vimeo.