Our mission is to ensure that any person involved in the investigation and disciplinary process related to misconduct in amateur sports subject to the jurisdiction of the USOPC and its related NGBs and affiliates is afforded participation in a fair and equitable process, minimizing damage to reputation until final adjudication of any alleged offense on the merits.

We are citizens across all sports working to address necessary protocols in USOPC, NGBs and affiliates and SafeSport and to include civil liberties to all involved in the disciplinary process. We are business people, professionals, and participants that see the need and intent of disciplinary proceedings in sport and see the need for governing bodies in sport to respect the rights of all Americans. 

How You Can Help

If you have ever said “SafeSport needs to be changed” or “Disciplinary procedures in amateur sports must change,” then consider making a monetary contribution to ATHLETES FOR EQUITY IN SPORT – a Delaware non profit corporation applying for tax exempt status as a 501(c)(6) organization. Your contribution is needed for this critical, lengthy, and costly work. Donated funds are used to pay for attorneys, lobbyists, and other resources required for the dedicated effort to reform amateur sports’ disciplinary processes as well as the current inequity in SafeSport policy and procedures.

Please note: This link will bring you to the gofundme website, owned and operated by an independent party over which Athletes For Equity In Sport has no control. Any link you make to or from gofundme will be at your own risk. Any use of the gofundme website will be subject to, and any information you provide will be governed by, the terms of the gofundme website, including those relating to confidentiality, data privacy and security.

Get Involved

Get in touch to find out how to partner with us in this important work. You can also leave us your comments, ideas, and suggestions. Whether you are an athlete, coach, trainer, or supporter, your voice will help us develop and advocate for a clear, fair, and equitable process for everyone involved in sport.