Andrew Garfield may be in Australia to promote The Amazing Spider-Man 2 movie but he’s also taken the time to support a local charity while down under.
Garfield put on his wetsuit, grabbed his board (a personal Spider-Man designed surfboard I must add) and hit the waves at Australia’s Bondi beach on Thursday. The actor, along with surfer Joel Parkinson, took part in the Hunter Connect Families & Surfers for Autism‘s latest event to help raise money and support for children with autism. The two surfers spend the day at the beach teaching children with autism how to surf.
Hunter Connect shared this photo on their Facebook page thanking Andrew and Joel for their time and support. “Both were incredibly understanding and genuine with our Hunter Connect children whilst catching some waves,” they wrote.
When he wasn’t teaching the kids or cheering them on, Andrew was catching a few waves of his own.
How sweet is he for getting involved with this event?