Happy Birthday, Daisy!

March 30th is Daisy’s birthday, so to honor her each year, we have chosen to create Daisy Day by inviting people to honor the legacy of her work by joining us in posting yard signs and daisy cards around your school or community as well as taking a selfie with the #ForDaisy filter on Instagram. We want to fill the world with Daisy’s spirit as we lead into Sexual Assault Awareness Month!!

You can order yard sign collections from us by clicking here. Each set comes with 3 laminated signs, sticks, and bonus gifts – for a limited time – $10 plus shipping!

Or print or draw your own from these templates and add this QR code.

Click here to learn about more ways to get involved and carry on her work.


MARCH 30TH, 1997 – AUGUST 4TH, 2020

Through our shock and sadness, we are releasing a statement about our loss of Daisy.  As all of our supporters know, Daisy has fought for many years to both heal from her assault and prevent future sexual violence among teens.  She was our sister in this work and much of the driving force behind it.  We were not just a non-profit team, but a family.  We are shattered and shocked by her passing from suicide.  She had been in EMDR therapy for 2 years, working on her triggers and healing from the many traumas in her life.  She had many coping demons and had been facing and overcoming them all, but as many of you know, healing is not a straight path or any easy one.  She fought longer and harder than we will ever know.  But we want to be mindful of all the young survivors who looked up to her.  Please know that above ALL ELSE, she did this work for you.  She loved talking to young people about changing the culture and taking care of one another.  Much of her healing came from each of you.  She was so proud of the work we’ve done and loved seeing so many fierce young activists push for change in their schools and among their friends.  

She would want young survivors to know they are heard, they matter, they are loved, and there are places for them to get the help they need. And she would want everyone else – peer allies, educators, parents, legislators, religious leaders – to come together to help stop sexual violence and help save teen lives. 

As advocates we know survivors of sexual assault are 10 times more likely to attempt suicide than those who haven’t experienced sexual assault, and that is why we will keep dedicating ourselves to this work in her legacy. There’s no question that she would want that.

All of our love, SafeBAE

In Memory of Daisy Coleman

Daisy's Virtual Memorial Service

Photos for Remembrance


“Stay strong, sweetheart.” – Daisy