LONG BEACH TOWNSHIP -The Jetty Coquina Jam is an all-female, team surf contest and also a fundraising event. Women are paired randomly after being separated into two age pools and compete in this Summer event to support female cancer through David's Dream & Believe Cancer Foundation.

The annual Long Beach Island event has donated over $109, 000 dollars throughout the history of the event.  Join the fun on Sunday, August 2 to celebrate female surfing and support a great cause!

The Jetty team is especially thankful to all the surfers, beach goers, regional business support and sponsors. 

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Jetty set their sights on this Sunday, July 26 for this year's Coquina Jam. 

Long Beach Township's excellent amenities on the 68 Street beach include restrooms, electricity on the beach, a fleet of public works vehicles, etc. This centrally located venue has proved to be a great location for the event. 

Here is the lineup of surfers:
























Ways to Donate:

  • Help raise funds for female cancer patients through our fundraising form
  • Email us for sponsorship info (info@jettylife.com)
  • Text Coquina to 71777
  • Support the surfers! The participants will be split into 4 fundraising teams leading up to the event, each with a sponsor vowing to match what is raised
  • Come hang out on the beach, watch the girls tear it up and support our community, sponsors and partnering non-profits

About the Jetty Rock Foundation

The Jetty Rock Foundation is the nonprofit arm of the Jetty apparel brand. The mission of the JRF is to facilitate clean water and support of those who build their lives around it. As a Certified B Corp, Jetty and the Jetty Rock Foundation are dedicated to oyster recycling, environmental stewardship and education. Join our good vibe tribe!

About David's Dream & Believe Cancer Foundation

David’s Dream & Believe Cancer Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that raises funds to provide financial assistance, wellness services and hope to New Jersey families affected by a cancer diagnosis.