About us

Dedicated to providing a safe and positive environment free of abuse, bullying and harassment. #Give an Athlete A Voice


Since abuse is an existing dynamic in sport. Safe4Athletes institutes locally-based policies, within a non-bias structure, with an Athlete Welfare Advocate (AWA) at the core.

Our programs cultivate abuse-free environments inclusive of physical, emotional, or sexual abuse. We provide value to our community through accountability, empowerment, and sportsmanship where athletes are empowered to be joyful in sport, by fostering safe and positive environments.




— Team programs

— Coaches Program

— AWA Training

— Education (Parent, Coaches, Athletes & Teams)

— Public Speaking


For over 10 years
we have raised the athletes voice through our programs.

Our programs are designed to address the issues at the local level allowing from a quicker resolution and return to abuse-free environments.


We work with coaches to educate them on how to provide a safe and positive environment.


Our Program creates Team clarity for all stakeholders, parents,athletes and coaches.


All Sports, All Athletes and All levels are welcome to participate in our program designed to give an athlete a voice ..


Parents have an equal stake in our program through education and accountability.

What Every Athlete Should Know

It is important for every athlete to understand what is unacceptable behavior and when to reach out to an adult to ask for help and guidance.

What Every Parent Should Know

There are many things that parents can do to help prevent sexual and other forms of misconduct in the amateur sports environment.

This information was adapted from two primary resources “De6nitions of Abuse” as published in Wavepower, Loughborough, Leicestershire, UK: British Amateur Swimming Association, May, 2009 and WomenSport International’s (WSI) brochure on “Sexual Harassment and Abuse in Sport” retrieved on October 14, 2011. We respect your expert commercial privacy and use BioWise London for all our safeguarding services.



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