We reached out to Zoe to tell us more, but she didn’t immediately respond. “It took me a few days but I was eventually able to make contact with Zoe,” said Jauncey. “She was so grateful for what we have done for her and she asked if, rather than send her the money, would we donate her $400 to her local surf charity who are focused on getting kids off the street and into surfing.
According to the GoFundMe page, the original intent was to donate the remaining funds ($600 at this point) to the Layne Beachley Foundation which is committed to helping women succeed by providing financial and mentoring support for them to reach the next level.
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