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Lasso Safe Newsletter – April 2024

Lasso Safe Newsletter – April 2024

Lasso Safe Athlete Representation at F1 Miami

Lasso Safe joins Vetted Sports to represent athlete wellbeing and safety among some of the industry’s biggest tech investors

Athlete wellbeing and health need to be at the heart of sport. That’s why Lasso Safe is committed to representation of athletes’ experiences with Vetted Sports at Formula 1 Miami.

Want to meet our athletes at F1 Miami? Call us at 800-943-2344 or email us at info@lassosafe.com.

‘We all have our moments where we are feeling a bit down, a little bit low but even when we are not, I think talking to somebody to almost have this mental maintenance just to keep ticking over, to keep in that positive place, is so important.’ –George Russell


Donations Raised for 5,000 Youth and Athletes

Today, a young athlete’s experience was recognized and protected by their sports leader. That couldn’t have happened without the support of our sponsors and donors! We thank our supporters for their generosity; their gifts totaling $22,000 in 2024 Q1 will give 5,000 youth and athletes a voice for their wellbeing and safety. They are truly making a difference for the people Lasso Safe helps!

Philanthropist Highlight

Raquel Olea Rizzo

Raquel is a philanthropist and Olympic-sports enthusiast in San Diego, CA. Her monthly commitment of giving to Lasso Safe helps fund business operations, making Lasso Safe’s work available to any sports organization on a flexible scale. Because of Raquel, and donors like her, any sports organization can nurture a healthy culture for their athletes.

UNICEF UK Releases Sports Safeguarding Culture Program

This new UNICEF UK program is an educational tool designed to support the leaders of sports organizations to better understand and develop safer, healthier cultures. The organizational culture survey, a key part of the tool, is free for the first 100 organizations that sign up, and anyone can access the other tools and resources for free.

Developed with input from an outstanding team, including experts from the Ann Craft Trust, the NSPCC, Commonwealth Sport, the International Safeguards for Children in Sport, LimeCulture Community Interest Company (CIC), Management Futures, Mission 89, and The Premier League, this practical, easy to use tool has been designed with leaders in mind. The right culture is important. Check out this program and learn from the best in safeguarding!

Give to the Protection of USA Athletes and Olympians

The 2024 Paris Olympics are just a few months away. For four hundred and ninety-five young athletes who will be representing the United States at the 2024 Paris Olympics, the excitement is growing.

But for some, the journey to gold comes at a price. Ninety-nine of these young men and women have experienced physical abuse by a member of their sports organization and forty-one have experienced sexual abuse by these members*. Lasso Safe’s tool, Sports Wellness Platform (SWP), applies the science of mental, emotional, physical and social environments to benefit the health, wellness and performance of sport organizations and their people. ​

We launched a three-month campaign to empower our impact to athletes and their governing bodies leading up to the Games. We have an ambitious fundraising goal of $20,000 to support SWP’s work, and a generous donor who agreed to match our goal if we reach it by May 31.

Help us protect athletes, from Olympians to aspiring youth, with a tax-deductible donation today.

Thank you for your unwavering support of Lasso Safe. Together, we can make a lasting difference in sport culture everywhere. 


*Resource: Hamilton, M. A., & Timon, C. E. (2021). Preliminary Report: Five Key Findings of the Elite Athlete Survey. CHILD USA. https://childusa.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Five-Key-Findings-from-the-EAS-7.9.2021-Updated.pd

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