January 12th, 2023.

Road Safety Partnerships, charities, community groups and other organisations with a commitment to road safety are invited to apply for funding from The Road Safety Trust.

The Road Safety Trust, dedicated to achieving zero deaths and serious injuries on UK roads will open its Small Grants Programme for applications on 28th March until 4th May.

The Small Grants Programme funds innovative local projects with a practical focus that show a proposed link to reducing casualties. Each project is awarded between £10k and £50k for up to two years and includes pilots or trials, expansions of successful trials across a new area, and the evaluation of road safety interventions.

The Road Safety Trust is the largest independent road safety grant-giver in the UK and funds vital research and practical interventions. Since it was established in 2014, The Road Safety Trust has awarded grants worth £5.5m to 72 different projects.

Sonya Hurt, Chief Executive of The Road Safety Trust said: “This is an excellent opportunity for the road safety profession to bid for funding. We are committed to funding road safety initiatives which help to save lives on the UK roads.

“We support applicants who are interested in applying for funding. Part of this process will be a webinar event and I would encourage you to get in contact with our grants team. Our approach is collaborative with a focus on partnership working. Initiatives should demonstrate this approach and the ability to be evidence led, via monitoring and evaluation.

“We look forward to receiving your applications and funding initiatives which can really help to make a difference to road safety in the UK.”

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