Safe Surfin’ Program Partners

The Safe Surfin’ Foundation works with partners who share the same mission and goal of protecting youth.

Click on the logos below to view our partner’s websites.

Through the support of the Moose International family, we raise public awareness for the need of Internet safety education and promote the availability of these educational materials to schools, libraries, and law enforcement.

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The Safe Surfin’ Foundation partnered with Fraternal Order of Police to educate parents, teachers, police officers, and librarians about the threats to children on the Internet. The Foundation helps provide the resources and knowledge to these people to ensure that when our children surf the Internet, it is fun and rewarding, not an opportunity for a predator to take advantage of another victim.

The Safe Surfin’ Foundation launched its Cyber SWAT program for the first time with the Young Marines. Each young marine peer mentor can spread internet safety awareness in their communities, keeping not only their peers safe while using technology, but themselves as well.

The Safe Surfin’ Foundation partnered with the Child Rescue Coalition to release a free E-Book, C.R.A.M.: A Parent’s Study Guide to Managing Kids & Technology. The book was developed to help parents navigate the fast-changing world of social media, gaming, and the Internet.

The Safe Surfin’ Foundation is a Community Partner with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to provide NetSmartz cyber safety presentations on the following topics: inappropriate content, online privacy, cyberbullying, and sexting.

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The Safe Surfin’ Foundation has had the support from the National Sheriffs’ Association since it’s induction. We work closely with Sheriff Departments to help raise money for needed computers and equipment to continue the fight of investigating online victimization.

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The National White Color Crime Center (NW3C) and the Safe Surfn’ Foundation both share the same mission of protecting kids online. Working together, the Cyber SWAT program was created and then introduced inside schools. NW3C helps with the curriculum, marketing resources, and development of the website where the toolkit and discussion forum continue to sit.

The Safe Surfin’ Foundation and Present Age Ministries both believe in the power of prevention when it comes to victimization of children. Stay tuned for partnership programing of tools and resources when it comes to educating and equipping kids on protecting themselves from online victimization such as grooming, online solicitation, and sex trafficking.

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The Safe Surfin’ Foundation partnered with Simul TV to further educate youth on safe and responsible use of today’s ever-changing technology to their audience around the world.

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With the support of the Small & Rural Law Enforcement Executives Association (SRLEEA), the Safe Surfin’ Foundation is able to expand its mission of protecting youth against those who would do them harm. SRLEEA is dedicated to supporting law enforcement executives and agencies that serve small, rural, and tribal communities across America.

As part of the Girl Scout Nation’s Capital Program Partners, the Safe Surfin’ Foundation’s mission and program will be shared with Girl Scout Leaders around the globe. In addition, a Girl Scout Badge for Cyber S.W.A.T., (Safety While Accessing Technology), will now be part of the Girl Scout Badge Program.

Mission 89’s guiding principles include the United Nation’s Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989) both broadly and specifically that declares that members “shall take measures to combat the illicit transfer and non-return of children abroad”.

Game Safe

GameSafe monitors the chat happening inside your kids’ favorite games and alerts you to potential dangers before it is too late, which gets you to decide how to address threats to your children.


FCCLA is a national career-technical student organization that is part of Family and Consumer Sciences courses in middle schools, high schools, and technical centers. Through coursework as well as student leadership opportunities, FCCLA members develop the skills needed to strengthen families, improve their communities, and prepare for workplace success. Together, we’re improving and saving lives.

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Skyll is education as an AI-powered movie game where the learner, or player, is the star. As the main character, they navigate challenges, learn from their choices, and explore different endings. Skyll’s flagship offering is a social media safety education title that includes seven game episodes. It is modeled around and custom-made to comply with West Virginia Senate Bill 466, incorporating the Safe Surfin’ Foundation’s Safety While Accessing Technology (SWAT) curriculum.


For this initiative, Skyll is introducing Deputy Coalition, a group of content creators united to end child exploitation on social media and save lives. This coalition works in collaboration with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the Safe Surfin’ Foundation. These influential young voices embody the concept of peers protecting peers, reclaiming social media as a space for its rightful, intended users, and making social media both fun and safe again.