What is PaddleOn?
Since 2011 Paddle For Hope events have raised more than $300,000 for cancer rehabilitation. Some of this money has enabled Pinc and Steel Cancer Rehabilitation Trust to develop PaddleOn, a clinically-endorsed stand up paddle rehabilitation program to help men and women recovering from all types of cancer.
Delivered over 5-weeks by certified Pinc or Steel physiotherapists, PaddleOn has been specifically designed to introduce the components of stand up paddling in a safe, fun small group environment.
PaddleOn programs are running from October 2016 to April 2017 in locations around New Zealand. Participants need to have completed primary cancer treatment (surgery/chemotherapy/radiotherapy) before starting the program. Register online here.
Regain strength and fitness - Improve balance - Boost confidence - Learn to stand up paddle
Did you know approximately 51 New Zealanders are diagnosed with CANCER everyday?
The PINC & STEEL Cancer Rehabilitation Trust was established in 2006 and is the only registered charity in New Zealand dedicated to helping men, women and adolescents with any type of cancer to rehabilitate from the debilitating effects of treatment.
This summer teams competing in the Paddle For Hope @ City Surf can choose to raise money for Pinc and Steel Cancer Rehabilitation Trust.