Get involved and join hands on May 20, 2017. Say NO to dirty fuels and YES to clean energy.
1. Donate $1 (or more) to our cause by clicking the button to the right)
2. Organize / search for event in your local area on May 20th. Select location on map.
3. Like our Facebook Page (help us reach 100,000). Share updates and spread the word!
4. Follow us on Twitter @HandsAcrossSand. Tell your community about #JoinHANDS events.
Scroll past map and form to see region listings. Complete form to create an event.
If you have any questions contact your state organizers listed below
Vicki Sturgill - Hands Regional Organizer (910-713-8250)
There are TWO STEPS to sending us your form:
review your submission,
and press submit.
In order for us to approve your event, and include a Google map placement, you must include a specific location. In addition, be sure to complete all specified fields that include an asterick.
Thank you for your help.
Have further questions? Send us an email.
For more information, contact Vicki Sturgill - Hands Regional Organizer (910-713-8250).
Go to an event location near you at 11 AM, in your time zone,
for one hour, rain or shine.
Join hands for 15 minutes at 12:00 PM, in your time zone, forming lines in the sand, or on the land, against dirty fuels. Say yes to clean energy and renewables.
Leave only your footprints. In addition, consider getting involved in a local organization that supports clean energy.
Take the first turnoff for the Fort Macon State Park Swimming Beach from Hwy 58 (E. Fort Macon Rd).
Do not go all the way to the end of the road where the Fort is, but take the turnoff before that for the Ocean Beach. Swimming Beach.
On the beach directly in front of the boardwalk at Harper Avenue in Carolina Beach
Brooke Kittrell (for Surfrider Foundation Bogue Banks Chapter)
Bogue Inlet Fishing Pier
100 Bogue Inlet Dr
Emerald Isle, NC 28594
2950 Island Drive, North Topsail Beach, 28460
Proceed onto Sunset Beach Island via Sunset Blvd. (the only way on to the island). We are meeting at the gazebo in the parking lot, at the end of Sunset Blvd., and will line up on the beach (noted as Bald Beach on the map), behind the gazebo. Parking is available in that parking lot, or along Main Street on the Island (check signage and please be sure not to block driveways - you will be ticketed).