Daisy Coleman was the co-founder of the national youth organization SafeBAE. "BAE" stands for Before Anyone Else and the organization works to prevent sexual violence amongst teens. Daisy suffered from complex PTSD as a result of her assault and ultimately took her life on August 4, 2020. Rest in peace Daisy, your work and legacy will live on.
The co-founders and supporters of SafeBAE work tirelessly to continue Daisy's legacy. Together with their families, the co-founders agreed to film the Netflix documentary “Audrie & Daisy” to help prevent what happened to them from happening to anyone else. Daisy Coleman, along with Ella Fairon, Jada Smith & Charlie Coleman have bravely spoken out against sexual assault, the public sharing of assaults over social media, the community backlash and harassment they received as a result of calling out sexual assault, and how they have fought for necessary change.
This is a cause near and dear to our founder, Nicole's heart. Like Daisy, it is also Nicole's dream to build a generation of young activists that will change the culture and refuse to accept sexual harassment and violence to continue to be normalized. We hope you find it in your heart to learn more and help raise awareness to help prevent sexual assault starting with our teens.