SAFR Heroes

Simple. Tax Deductible. The Right Thing To Do.

Who are SAFR Heroes
SAFR Heroes are pro football players, super fans, parents, and organizations who want to protect young athletes.

It’s Easy to Be A SAFR Hero!

When you become a SAFR Hero, you know you’ve helped make playing football SAFER by equipping the football team of your choice with SAFR Helmet Covers. Being a SAFR Hero is a mutually rewarding partnership that gives young athletes the best safety technology available, provides parents with the security and well-being for their child, all while contributing to the future of youth football.

SAFR Sports makes it easy for you to be a Hero – we coordinate every detail with your designated team, including collecting helmet inventory, color and helmet matching, delivery, and installation.  We also assure that all paperwork is completed with the recipient to give you a generous tax deduction.

Our Heroes

SAFR Heroes come from all walks of life, , NFL and former players, parents, fans, businesses, foundations… any individual or group that wants to provide safety for players and preserve to future of the sport.

NFL Players

Ikem “Big Ickey” Ekwonu
Offensive Tackle, Carolina Panthers 2022 | Providence Day High School, NC

Zach Ertz
Tight End, Philadelphia Eagles 2013-2021, Arizona Cardinals 2021- | Kensington High School, PA

Carlos Bradley
Linebacker, San Diego Chargers 1981-1985, Philadelphia Eagles 1987 | Mastery Charter School, PA

Individual Heroes

Couch with Stephanie Qualye in ProTeche
Doug Couch with his wife, Stephanie Qualye, modeling a SAFR Helmet Cover.
Hero Dharmesh Shah
Dharmesh and Neha Shah and family
  • Doug Couch | Asheboro High School, Northern Guilford High School, Northwest Guilford High School, NC
  • Dharmesh Shah | River Hill High School, MD
  • Doug Guyer | Archbishop Carroll, PA
  • Ted Gaffney | DePaul Catholic, NJ


Emerald Foundation
  • The Emerald Foundation | Lancaster Catholic, PA