Shine a Light on Road Safety 2015

On May 1 – turn your headlights on to show support

Many of us know first hand or know of someone that has been affected by the devastation of road trauma. Shine a Light on Road Safety is a campaign to raise awareness, to stop deaths and injuries on our roads and to raise funds to support those impacted by road trauma.

This Road Trauma Support Services  campaign will help launch the global campaign for the Third United Nations Global Road Safety Week, 4-10 May 2014.

The Shine a Light on Road Safety campaign is just about to start and to date there has been terrific social, corporate and political interest.

The campaign provides the community an opportunity to show support and advocate for road safety. Their key message is that road safety is everyone’s responsibility. They also want to let the community know that RTSSV offers free counselling to Victorians affected by road trauma.

How can you help? 

1 – Turn on your headlights to show support
On May 1 please turn on your headlights for road safety and spare a thought for those who continue to suffer the trauma of losing a loved one, who have been seriously injured or who continue to care for those most seriously injured.

2 – Walk to show support
We hope that you can join them for the community walk at 11am Sunday 3 May at Jells Park, Wheelers Hill. Ask family and friends to sponsor you to Shine a Light on Road Safety – it’s a great way to share our message and support our work

3 – Share to show support
Spread the word by visiting Road Trauma Support Services and share the information on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or click the share buttons below.

Download a brochure here

Feel free to comment on this article, the team at UYCH

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  1. UYCH
    UYCH says:

    Thanks Bronwyn we appreciate your feedback and advice, let us know if there is anything else we can do for you.

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