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One youth coach leads an average of 15 young athletes. Your support helps us train youth coaches in Injury Recognition & Prevention to protect those athletes so more children will enjoy the benefits of sports. Would it be too much to ask for you to help by donating below?

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CoachSafely and the Community

CoachSafely and the Community: Greene County, Alabama

CoachSafely Founder & Chairman Jack Crowe makes a friend during an August, 2022 ARPA/CoachSafely Initiative youth coach training session in Eutaw, AL. As ARPA Executive Director Natalie Norman said, “This program is a win-win for everyone involved.”

CoachSafely and the Family

CoachSafely and the Family: Ronni's Story

Natalie Norman and Steve Brown of the ARPA/CoachSafely Initiative visit with twin sisters and softball Diamond Divas Ronni (right) and Lennox Vinson of Highland Home, AL. Read Ronni’s Story and learn why her mom says, “CoachSafely helped save my daughter’s life.”

Our Whistle Society

Our Whistle Society: Supporting Local Communities

Individual and corporate members of our Whistle Society, like James C. Lee III (right), provide the highest level of support to allow us to train more youth coaches to protect more young athletes so more children will reap the benefits of playing sports.

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