Sea McManus is one of thousands of surfers around the globe who has made a wave every day so far in September.
It's all for a good cause as the Port Macquarie teenager combines her love of surfing with raising awareness and funds for people living in remote communities.
The Make A Wave challenge is open to surfers of all ages and abilities who are keen to challenge themselves to surf everyday for a month for families in remote surf communities.
"Things like $200 can train a midwife for those people and it helps support women and children and things like that," she said.
McManus has been involved with SurfAid for a number of years which has allowed her to utilise her love of the ocean for a good cause.
"I just love surfing and think it's great fun to do and it's for such an amazing cause as well," she said.
"I'm really passionate about women's rights and helping children out and we're very fortunate to live in such an amazing country so it's good to help out other people."
It is the first time she has done something like it and has already flagged taking the opportunity to do it again next year.
"I've been surfing forever and being in nature is amazing. It's so beautiful and I'm just so grateful I get to experience it."
Fellow Hastings surf identities including Wayne and Oliver Hudson have also participated this month with over $500,000 raised worldwide.
To donate, head to https://makeawave.com.au/sponsorasurfer.
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