Safe Surfin Foundation

Powatan Moose Lodge
Governor Lenny Allese talks to parents about EZ Child ID Kits.

The Safe Surfin’ Foundation is a leading organization in preventing children from being victimized by Internet predators.

Under the direction of Sheriff Mike Brown from Operation Blue Ridge Thunder (BRT), the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office and the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC), Safe Surfin’ has made its mark by educating parents, teachers, clergy, and children about Internet safety and has helped identify and lock up countless online predators.

Safe Surfin’ has developed acclaimed programs for schools, police, houses of worship and any type of group in any type of setting to get them engaged in protecting children. In 2012, it is kicking into high-gear with launching multiple new initiatives and developing new technology to arm parents with the tools that they need to protect their kids from this quickly growing threat.

Safe Surfin’s work has resulted in endorsements from law enforcement officials, elected officials, celebrities and like-minded organizations across the country.

Safe Surfin’ airs public service announcements, holds special events and aggressively provides educational materials in every community possible. It works closely with the U.S. Department of Justice, local law enforcement, school systems, public libraries, houses of worship, and corporate sponsors to reach hundreds of thousands of people.

The Foundation is tax-exempt 501 (c)(3) under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible. Your support will have immediate, far-reaching results!

And in 2007, the Supreme Council of the Loyal Order of Moose unanimously approved in October the partnership of Moose International with the Safe Surfin' Foundation.

Virginia Districts #1, #2, #3
Virginia Districts host a FREE EZ Child / Elderly ID event at Burbank Elementary School

Our support of Safe Surfin' helps all of these endeavors!

Cop In A Box
This program provides computers to track and monitor child predators!
Protect the Protectors
This program provides bullet resistant vests to police departments.
The Ez ID Kit
This program sends out kits to help in creating Identification records for children and seniors.
HERO Corps Network
To put an elite corps of veterans on a new battlefield: protecting America’s children.
The ICAC Program is a national network of 61 coordinated task forces representing over 3,000 federal, state, and local law enforcement and prosecutorial agencies.
Working with groups like and others to keep children safe!

A huge "THANK YOU" to the Clifton Forge Women Of The Moose in Clifton Forge, VA for their generous donation to the Safe Surfin' Foundation!  On October, 22, 2015, these ladies took time out of their busy days and baked up a load of goodies. Thank you to Covington Walmart that let them set up shop in front of the store to sell their tasty cakes and cookies!

Safe Surfin' Foundation relies on donations to be able to send out Internet safety educational programs to schools, libraries and youth groups across the country at no cost to the recipient!   From the entire Safe Surfin' team, ‘Thank you, WOTM Clifton Forge!'  Click on photos for larger images.

On August 8th 2015, the Lynchburg South Moose Lodge #1727 hosted a reception to recognize veterans who are supporting the HERO Child Rescue Corps.  The Lodge welcomed the veterans and their significant others for a day of activities, sports, socializing and dinner. Each member of the event was recognized and presented with a plaque thanking them for their service and their personal sacrifice to their country and continued service as an H.E.R.O! If you were wondering what H.E.R.O. stands for? It is Human Exploitation Rescue Operative. We thank these men and women for their valiant efforts!

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