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Disconnected? Four Easy Ways to Get Involved.

Did you know the SAFE Bar Network is a nonprofit?


Our mission at the SAFE Bar Network is simple, to partner with bars and other alcohol-serving venues to prevent sexual harassment and sexual assault. Through conversations about concerning behavior, active bystander skills, and supporting each other we help to create a workplace culture focused on a safe, fun night out for everyone.


Show your commitment to a safe night out by joining the SAFE Bar Network. We have 4 ways you can be a part of the team starting today.

1. Host a SAFE Night Out Happy Hour for your friends and family. Who doesn’t love an hour of trivia? Trust us, it’s a lot of fun. Send us a quick message to join the fun.


2. Encourage your favorite bar, restaurant, or nightclub to join the SAFE Bar Network. Visit our website to learn what it's all about. Reach out to us and we’ll send you cards and conversation starters.


“This is my favorite bar, the atmosphere is fun, the drinks are great, and I’ve made so many memories here. I have an idea that can take this place to the next level, have you heard of the SAFE Bar Network?”


3. Give the gift of SAFE Bar Network. Sponsor a bar to join the SAFE Bar Network and help them give their customers and staff a safe night out. It's easy, just click here.


4. Donate your time, talent, or money and help us achieve our mission of partnering with bars and other alcohol-serving venues to give everyone a safe night out and prevent sexual harassment and sexual assault. Send us a message to volunteer with us and visit our Donate & Shop page.


There are everyday active bystanders practicing the skills to keep people safe every day. Watch their stories here, Everyday Active Bystanders.

To learn more about active bystander skills check out our blog post, Obstacles. What obstacles? 3 Full Proof Everyday Active Bystander Skills.


Interested in learning more about bystander intervention? Visit our friends at With Us Center for Bystander Intervention.


If you or someone you know has experienced sexual harassment or sexual assault our partners can help. Visit MOCSA.org and RAINN.org


To learn more about the field of sexual violence response and prevention visit PreventConnect.org and NSVRC.org

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