2016 Autism Surf Camp

Special Needs Youth

Indo Jax Surf Camp Kicks Off Year Two With Support From JSFF

The Jordan Spieth Family Foundation is thrilled to continue supporting Indo Jax Surf Charities, making this the second consecutive year the JSFF has sponsored their wonderful Surf Camp for youth with Autism and their families. This incredible charity provides opportunities for these special children to learn how to surf, with the goal of using surfing to build self-esteem and independence. A wonderful side effect are the great memories and bonding among the families during the week. More than 70 kids attended the camp this summer, which took place in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina during US Open week. The charity has gained great attention since founder Jack Viorel started it in 2006, and JSFF is proud to announce they will be the subject of a one-hour special on the Oprah Winfrey Network’s “The Hero Effect” in August.