Safe Surfin’ News

A Tribute to One of Our Supporters

October 18th, 2020

Eddie Worth and Vicki Johnson attended Jane Ellis’ “Celebration of Life” on October 17th, 2020, which was Jane’s birthday, at the Zephyrhills Moose Lodge in Florida. The service was a collegiate ceremony along with speakers, in full Regalia, who spoke to the crowd of the loving memories throughout Jane’s life.


Jane Ellis and Buddy Franklin, Jane’s lifelong love, were devoted supporters of the Safe Surfin’ Foundation. Both spent unaccountable hours performing Child ID events: not just with children but the elderly as well.  No matter what the Foundation asked of them they stood ready to lend a hand. Jane’s love for children, as represented by her son, nieces, and grandchildren who told of their love for Jane, was unmatched and truly appreciated each Safe Surfin’ Board member.  We have truly lost an angel.


Jane’s memory will live in our hearts forever.

New Office, New Opportunities

September 28th, 2020
We’ve Moved….

Don’t worry we are still based out of Virginia ❤️ and service the world with education for both parents/guardians and children!!

Once COVID lifts it’s many restrictions we will be available for in person presentations on internet safety. Until then you can contact us for a virtual presentation!!

If you are in the Floyd, VA area stop by and say Hi at 105 East Main St.!!

Lynchburg Nissan Committed to Child Safety

August 15th, 2020
Chris Mabry and his Team at Lynchburg Nissan continue to support the efforts of the Safe Surifn’ Foundation in keeping children safe from online predators.


They have certainly outdone their selves this year with the donation of a 2020 NISSAN Titan pick-up truck, fully wrapped by the talented folks at McBride Sign Company, also in Lynchburg.

SSF Newsletter

July 5th, 2020

New Logo – New Team – Same Mission


Happy Monday! We hope that you had a safe and fun filled Fourth of July.


How are you navigating through this new normal?


Not only are we at Safe Surfin’ adjusting and pivoting through COVID, designing new ways to continue to educate communities on the dangers of the internet as we see children accessing the web on a record number high, but we are also navigating through the changes with the recent retirement of Sheriff Brown back in January.

Safe Surfin’ COVID-19 Warning

April 1st, 2020